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Taking Stock: The Blog after Two Months

Monday, June 28th, 2010 by Wolfgang Vondey

Renewal Dynamics has now been online for two months. We have seen a consolidated team efforts of dedicated individuals who poured their heart and faith out into the blog. These are not ordinary blog posts. No lightly written opinion pieces. No quickly summoned wits to fill a page. Often, several hours are quickly gone to prepare a well-put post. Words are important here. They count, both in quanitity and quality. What we write represents in some fashion the School of Divinity and the Center for Renewal Studies at Regent University. But most of all, each post represents us, our thoughts, passions, convictions, and interests. The blog is the product of a good team: Diane Chandler, Dale Coulter,  Jim Flynn, Antipas Harris, Jason Wermuth, myself, and a host of guest bloggers. We love what we do. But in the end, we do not write for ourselves. We write for an audience that should find in this blog what its title promises: dynamic proposals for renewal. The more important question is therefore: Do you love what we do? Read the rest of this entry »