I want to say a word of appreciation for all of you who regularly read this blog. I’ve developed personal relationships with some of you, and that means a great deal to me.
Ever since the inception of this blog, it’s been an open venue for sharing ideas, new resources, and for connecting Christians both in and outside the organized church in edifying dialogue.
If you’re new with us, some of the most popular blog posts are listed on our Mediography page.
Now I word to our lurkers: May I gently encourage you to participate a tad more. This blog is read by thousands of people each day, yet relatively few from that slice post comments. You undoubtedly have insightful things to say, so please don’t deprive us of your contribution. Be part of the conversations.
On today’s blog, I’d like to ask you all to weigh-in on a simple but important question:
What inspires you?
“Inspires me to do what?,” you might ask.
To do whatever it is you like to do . . .
What inspires you to pursue the Lord? What inspires you to write (if you are an author or blogger)? What inspires you to put your hand to whatever else God has given to you to do in this life?
The older I get, the more clearly I am beginning to isolate and identify those things that give me inspiration, energy, motivation and stir the creative juices that God has given me to carry out the work He’s called me to do.
So let us know what does that for you.