This site is a collection of thoughts inspired while reading my Bible. Some of them are encouraging. Some
It started as a blogging experiment. During the summer of 2006 I was looking for a new project and was challenged by a friend online to see how successful I could be in setting up a weblog that people would want to read over a single month. The blog was successful, but more importantly, it showed me a useful way to improve my craft.
I teach, and in my spare time I will often lead Bible study groups, sometimes preaching to larger congregations. Writing on the Internet gives me an opportunity to draft and re-draft my material, bounce ideas around, write with different voices and see what works in getting my point acrross. You receive the benefit of this experience in a way that hopefully uplifts and inspires you.
If you wish to provide some feedback, you may use the form on the contact page to do so.
My name is Dave, I've been a Christian for a number of years. It hasn't always been easy - but developing a real relationship with my Creator has enabled me to become the person I should be.
At some point I'll probably add a little more personal information - but I'd like to get more websites up and running successfully first.
Inspirational Bible Verses?
The name of the site says it all. I find the Bible to be a powerful source of encouragement as I read it and think about what I can learn from its message.
These thoughts form the central focus of this site, I cannot claim any great originality for the ideas, but hopefully, seeing them expressed in a fresh way will help you make connections you may not have seen before. If you're looking for something a little more scholarly, some puzzles or some coloring pages, you'll have to look at some of the other E-vangel project sites.
During 2010, I plan to work on a more ambitious project - a network of websites discussing different aspects of Christian faith. Part of my motivation is to draw on different media to communicate the message. Most of all, it's to have some fun doing what I enjoy and hopefully become better at it.
The sites should hopefully become self-funding as they develop and expand. In some cases, like this one, the income is raised through selling advertising space. My thinking behind this is that many people who visit my site may not find exactly what they are looking for - but by giving someone else the opportunity to promote their services here, perhaps they will find what they need, indirectly.