I am thankful for the continued strong interest in the Darrow Miller and Friends blog. Your readership is a gift never to be taken for granted.
The demands on my time have necessitated what we hope will be a temporary change in the frequency of posts at Darrow Miller and Friends. Please read on.
The good news: I’m working on two new book projects. One is almost finished, the other is just getting started. Both have a direct connection to material we have published at the blog.
Our most popular blog post by far, over 56,000 hits to date, is School vs. Education: The Difference Matters. The traffic to this post exceeds the next nine combined! We have watched this article outperform everything else since it was published seven years ago. To capture that interest, I put together a team of thought leaders in the field of education who have collaborated on a book to be released by Credo House Publishers in March. Be watching for further news about that.
Another subject dear to my heart and ready to my keyboard is a Christian view of the arts. I find great joy in encouraging young Christ followers to pursue their art giftings to bring truth, beauty and goodness to the world. A few years ago we published The Call of the Balladeers. This has been expanded into a booklet, and now I have started a new book on this theme. The publication date is yet to be determined.
So many ideas, so little time
I have two folders, 85 files, of blog post ideas including subjects like animal rights, the climate change debate, courage, feminism and Islam, bribery and corruption, what is the mark of a great leader, and 79 more.
I’m eager to write articles for my blog, but my time is largely being consumed by working on these two books.
So, effective immediately and for the foreseeable future, we will be publishing one post per week, every Monday, at Darrow Miller and Friends.
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Many blessings in the new year.