Like all good blog things I ever do, what I'm about to commit to is inspired by Anne.
You see, Anne is a math teacher. She has 180 days of instruction, and so recently she posed the challenge to herself to post something on her blog each of those 180 days. I am really excited to read so many words from Anne, and also to let it go when she forgets, because, friends!
I am not a math teacher.
My LEVN corps members write weekly blog posts (one of the eight of them, on a rotating basis) that post to our website each Monday. We have them do this because it's an excellent opportunity for (forced) reflection about their work, their house, and their spirituality. Check 'em out via this shameless plug.
Since I do not have a weekly preaching gig here, I have fallen out of the habit of theologizing my experience. I'm not holding my Bible in one hand and my newspaper in the other with the goal of producing written reflection. I am, though, holding my Bible in one hand and twitter in the other, which is an interesting glimpse into what shapes my worldview.
I bet you can guess where this is headed.
Each Monday of the 2015-2016 LEVN Program Year, expect to see words here about what's up with me and God and the gang. Since you, too, are part of the gang, dear reader, you'll likely see something of yourself in this experiment, since you and I are probably engaging in other media.
Cool. Maybe I will fail. Maybe even next Monday. But I certainly cannot achieve this goal if I do not set it!