posted on April 18th, 2009
Christianity Today’s magazine called Today’s Christian has published my article about being part of the online world for the past two decades. It’s called “E-vangelism” and it is their Featured Article this week. You can find it here:
The article’s been active since Friday, and I’ve been gratified to receive many e-mails from readers who have expressed appreciation for it. Apparently I’m not the only one who has turned online acquaintances into real-life friends (and more!). I’m so glad my experiences ring true to others.
Drop by the site and have a quick read—and don’t forget to click the link at the bottom of the first page and send a comment along if you enjoy the article. (If you don’t like it, then just slink away quietly, okay? No sense getting us both miffed.)
One minor nitpick of CT’s editing of my article: For some reason, an editor decided that “AOL” shouldn’t be capitalized. In fact, it should have stayed capped, as I originally sent it. Minor issue, but the proofreader in me felt I should mention it before you go read the article. I can’t help it. It’s a curse, I tell ya.
Side Note: If you like the new logo and look of my site, hit the “Contact” link above and drop me a note. I’d love to know what’s working and what’s not, so I can drive my webmaster crazy with neverending tweaks and complaints. I know that always makes him feel loved.