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Richard Wollard

I was just pondering George Bullard's post on "Do You Blog." I wasn't sure whether to respond on his blog or come back here. I decided to come back and post here so that you had the reply on your blog! :-)

I created a Facebook account 2 weeks ago. I was happy when my college student added me as a friend, my high school senior is mad at me for joining and won’t add me as a friend! I created a group “Got Questions About God or the Bible” group think that maybe someone in the Chicagoland area (or the Facebook World) would come at it from a “Stump the Pastor” outreach perspective; so far, nothing. I also created a Facebook Meadowland group, just to see if we might hit some young adults.

We have a Meadowland ‘Talkback’ blog where you can rate our Sunday service, find summaries of messages on Sunday, or just ask questions. It is linked to the website and we point people to it with our welcome letters; so far nothing.

We have a Journey of Faith blog for our Extreme Steps campaign, where I share inspirational thoughts, provide information, ask people to share stories about what God is doing, etc.; so far nada.

I do have my personal blog, where quite frankly, I would not want to put in writing some of the thoughts I have!

I’m not sure about MySpace. I have heard several people talk about their MySpace account, but just as many talk about Facebook. I think I will hold off on MySpace for a while. Right now, I have a lunch appointment and have to start working on my sermon for Sunday!

I left you a phone message, BTW, and need to ‘talk’ to you. Have a great day.


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