Blogging Tip: Find your inner Luke and BLOG ON!

A few years ago I was asked to write a short thought for a book called The Blogging Church: Sharing the story of your church through blogs. I just noticed on Google Books that parts of the book are online, including my contribution. Here’s a screenshot of my suggestions for blogging pastors.

andrew jones on the blogging church

Andrew Jones, from The Blogging Church


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.


  • Thanks for the insight… I must say that it goes against my own thoughts about blogging, as there are just way WAY too many people who are blogging (and tweeting) the most mundane things in their lives, and it makes me tune out. I just don’t care that theye “are sitting on the sofa” right now.
    Your point about Luke, though is very interesting – and perhaps there is a balance that can be found in blogging about more things that when collected together forms a backstory and says a lot about the inner workings.
    Thanks for challenging me to rethink things.

  • I never really understood what to share witht this world so I started writing for others on their interests 🙂

  • Fiona Cowan says:

    I keep noticing that Kiwis and Americans say tidbits while the Brits say t i t bits. Maybe that is why our blogs get blocked on the Bible College filters? Enjoy the frozen north. Your own North Island is basking.

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