About this Blog

Posted: June 30, 2010 in Everything Else

I read over two years ago that in 2006 there were 27 million bloggers with that number doubling every 5 months! If my math is even close to correct that means that before our next president’s term is even half over, everyone on the planet will be blogging. I didn’t want to be late on this thing so I thought I’d better get a jump on everyone who’s left.

The first thing you should know about me is that I don’t do math well. The only thing worse than my math is my spelling. Right behind that is my typing skills and discipline for new things like this. Reading (finishing) new books has always been a challenge as well so you might not be seeing a lot of little book covers on the side. Other than that, I shouldn’t have any trouble with this new exercise.

I’ve been stricken (inspired) with the conviction that if I stick to the Rick Warren’s -acronym of SHAPE, I can blog on just about anything. I’m hoping (that’s a word that scares me as spell check can’t help me) that I’m not going to totally rip off any of my mentors.

Some things that might help you to understand me and where future posts might be directed are as follows:

  • Everything I know comes from someone else’s genius. I’ve had the privilege of exposure to incredible leaders in Christianity through the kindness of my employer, Granger Community Church
  • I love watching community develop as people find their place to step up and make a difference by serving Christ, and making a difference in the world through the local church
  • I love the concept that a team outperforms an individual in the long run, every time. One of the many “Beeson-isims” you might read that come from others genius
  • I want to understand technology but I know just enough to fool some of the people some of the time
  • I love live directing live I-Mag, creating an occasional media that moves the hearts of others, IU Basketball, Cubs and all of my incredibly gifted and creative friends and volunteers

Here’s what I hope to accomplish through this forum: Encouraging faithful volunteers, sharing the experiences and knowledge of others, better typing and spelling skills, and a list of things posted by Steve. I think that’s it. I would love to hear from you as well.

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