Missions Misunderstood » Blogging

Posted June 28th, 2010 by E. Goodman

I knew it was over when I quit reading my own blog. Seriously. Missions, Misunderstood was so theoretical, so boring, so tedious to read, that I actually quit reading what I was writing. Those of you who have stuck with it must be gluttons for punishment. Either that or you’re just too lazy to change […]

Filed under:Blogging, Personal Posted January 5th, 2009 by E. Goodman

Dear Missionary (or “Believer Actively Working Toward Building the Kingdom,” for those of you who don’t like or use the word, “missionary”), Although I like to think that my entire blog is written with you as its intended audience, I realize that my thoughts here can sometimes come across as talking about you rather than […]

Tags: Communicating with supporters.

Filed under:Blogging, Communication, Internet, Uncategorized Posted September 30th, 2008 by E. Goodman

In the comment thread of Ed Stetzer’s recent post introducing a series on megachurches, I wrote: “I would argue that megachurches are intrinsically unhealthy because of the exorbitant building costs, reliance on attractional church programs, and the fact that your pastor doesn’t know your name.” A couple of Ed’s readers responded to my comment with, […]

Tags: Ed Stetzer, First century, Megachurch

Filed under:Blogging, Church Posted September 4th, 2008 by E. Goodman

For six years my job was to connect with a culture that was not my own in order to influence it. My desire was walk people from wherever they may have been spiritually toward a relationship with the Most High God through Jesus. In the process, I learned a thing or two about the art […]

Tags: Contexting, New blog

Filed under:Blogging, Culture Posted March 28th, 2007 by E. Goodman

I appreciate all the encouraging notes and comments I’ve received during my unplanned blog silence the last couple of weeks (months?). I’m sure I’ve lost some readers by not posting in a while; after all, who wants to keep up with a blog that is never updated? If you’re still watching this space, thank you. […]

Filed under:Blogging, Missions