You can read it all here.
I guess I will know that my little hobby is dead when no one visits it any longer. Until then, I will keep on posting the meandering thoughts of this Lutheran Pastor... until it is over and the last one to leave turns outs the lights...
Is anybody there? Am I a figment of my own imagination? Would somebody hold up a mirror to my nostrils to see if the breath has left my body? Ooooooohhhhhhhh I feel like I am falling. . . and I can't get up. . .
with the popularity of RSS readers, you may even have readers out there who never set foot on your actual blog. I don't know if there's any way to tell how many people read it that way, but I'm one of them.
I sure enjoy reading it.
Pastor Peters, your blog is my current homepage. I can count on it to offer something well written and thought provoking when I fire up the internet. Thanks for spending the time and energy to produce so much good content.
Twitter is great, too, but just see how many tweets point to a blog for "the rest of the story..."
I have been told the same thing, but I am still blogging (and reading your blog and others). I think it is true that not as many people are blogging as used to. It was the latest, trendiness thing for a while and now it's not. But that just means the ones that are left are the ones who survived because of their superior quality. ;-)
I am here! And I read your blog everyday. Keep up the great work.
Dear Rev. Peters, this may not be the best news for you, but I start my day with your blog, right after I take a quick look at the world news.
I wish you and yours a happy, healthy, successful and peaceful new year.
Peace and Joy!
George A. Marquart
Via the RSS feed, it's a top, regular read for me. I'd hate to have to do without your voice, Fr. Peters...
I read via Feedly (RSS feed)far away in Minnesota. I always enjoy it. A good balance of Christian / Lutheran / Pastoral...ponderings!
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