January 14, 2012 Week In Review
This has been an exciting week for The Stretched Blog! On Thursday, we moved over to our own domain (from the WordPress domain). Traffic on the old and new sites remained high this week, and I’m looking forward to the week ahead where I’ll be reviewing The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson, Frank Chiapperino will be visiting the blog on Wednesday, and The Stretched Blog will be visiting The Point on Thursday.
This week was truly a blessing as we made the transition to the new platform. Monday’s post featured my first eBook review of Michael D. Perkin‘s Manifesto on Being Myself. Tuesday, I shared some of my thoughts from Matthew 6. On Wednesday, Brandon Gilliland stopped by to share his thoughts on discerning God’s will. The new platform was introduced on Thursday. And we ended the week with another fun ice breaker question about going back to the future.
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Here are a few of my favorites from around the blog world this week:
- 5 Books Every Millennial Leader Should Read in 2012 by Jeremy Chandler at MillennialLeader.com
- The Remedy by Ryan Tate at The Compelling Parade
- Theology of a Teenager, Part 1 and Theology of a Teenager, Part 2 by Heather Zempel at HeatherZempel.com
How about you? How was your week? If you’re a blogger what happened over your way this week? Did you read any great blog posts this week? Share with the rest of us!