AKingdomSpace Turning 3

On April 19, A Kingdom Space turns 3 years old. AKingdomSpace is a global weblog with about 40 contributors from around the world. It was the first of its kind in April 2003 and none of us have wanted to shut it down, even when the conversation slowed at times. Many of the original bloggers have gone on to become well known in the blogspophere – Jonny Baker, Karen Ward, Punk Monkey, Alan Creech, Jordon Cooper, Marc Van der Woude, Andrew Careaga, and many others who are now household names. In our houses, anyway.

Although it has become a historical landmark, and perhaps the longest running Christian global blog, it never really touched into India or China or Africa which was its original intention. But now its time to get a new group of bloggers. And we are opening up the door for theoblogians around the world who would like to speak out what God is doing in their country. If you can recommend someone, send me an email. We can teach them how to blog along the way. It would be great to have the next team ready for the 19th.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

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