...so I'm struggling a little... I want to get involved in internet evangelism but the problem is I talk about God too much! Really, my blog is to the already converted and in many ways it is more akin to a diary than being a vehicle for outreach.
However, my husband is a computer programmer and we are both Christians and I think God might be calling us to communicate his message via the web. However, all the advice is that sites need to be about something else first, to attract people, something worldly, the faith thing has to be subtle and gentle. I think therefore that this might be a development for another time. It would involve me taking up a serious hobby and to be honest, I do not know where I would find the time.
In some ways then, I understand the advantages to NSM ministry. You hold down a regular job and you minister. Perhaps then you could reach out by creating a site which is rooted in the secular world you inhabit, in which God is very much at work. The trouble with people already in ministry is that all they often go on about is Church!
Jody Radical Evangelical and Dave Warnock have both blogged of late about their biking exploits and even Bishop Alan, busy as he is, recounts family events and includes photos of his loved one and friends, so perhaps it's time I let you all in on a little more of my life.
It's a strange one - you want it to be all about Jesus but then again, it's good to share your life with other people too. Perhaps I'll ask you lot what you think.
So do I need to give up blogging about PSA (Psub At) for more Personal, Social, Animated stuff instead?