Time for a Change

Welcome back to my blog. I took a long hiatus (for a variety of reasons). Now that we are relocated in Durham, NC, I wanted to reinvent the blog. Previous readers will remember this blog as “Westminster Confessions.” The title was tied to our time at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Now that we are no longer there, it seemed like a good time to make some changes.

In addition to the name change, I’ve changed the focus. Read the “About” to see what I’m after. I’ve kept some of the old posts below (others have been removed), but things should start to look different around here.

I hope you will stop back and contribute to the conversation.

7 thoughts on “Time for a Change

  1. Ros

    I’m excited about the new blog, Karyn. I love that you see yourself as someone who helps other people to do things they didn’t think they could. Can you help me write a dissertation? 😉

  2. Mindy Withrow

    Welcome back to blogging! Clever name and tagline, and what a fun and very useful idea for a blog. I think I understand how bike gears work, but my Hebrew is still non-existent — so I’ll definitely be checking in!

  3. Karyn Post author

    Hi Ros,

    You win the prize for the first person to post a comment on the “new” blog. Email me with your current mailing address and I’ll send your reward.

    While I can’t actually help you write your dissertation, I can probably share some suggestions for folks who have large, long-term writing projects. As you probably already know, in this situation it’s usually best to reverse the old proverb of “making a mountain out of a mole-hill.” What you want to do is make mole-hills out of that mountain! Or, to stay with my theme, make bits out of that giant boulder. I’ll work on a post with practical suggestions for doing just that.

  4. Doug Green

    Glad to see that you have come back from the dead. Your born-again blog looks great and I’ll be a regular reader.

  5. Barbara

    How exciting! i am so glad you’re blogging again – i have missed your incredible insight, perspective, and voice. i’m surprised your (clever) background doesn’t include a photo of one of your rock towers (or whatever they were more appropriately called) – it would be an appropriate image of your ability to tie ideas together, building one on top of another.

  6. Karyn Post author

    Welcome, Mindy and Doug.

    Barbara: Resurrecting an old post will have to do for now!

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