Welcome UM Reporter readers!

Hello, an abridged version of my "What the Chuch can Learn from Wikipedia" series has appeared in the September 5th edition of the United Methodist Reporter.

To that end...welcome to the first-time readers!  Here's some resources for you:

About the Blog
  • I'm a United Methodist pastor and I blog about ministry, technology, and internet-age group theory.  The "about" page is here:
Read the Full Series On Wikipedia
  • Got something to say?  Find the page you are interested in, and scroll to the bottom.  There's a place for you to comment!  Feel free to try it out on this thread if you like!  
  • If you find something that makes you angry or passionate, please read the following before posting!
Important Note
  • I need to give credit where credit is due.  While I reference Clay Shirky's book in the article and build on his work in original ways, the term "half-life of knowledge" is his.  While I turned it into the "half-life of discipleship" and feel confident that the rest of the article is acceptable, I wanted to ensure that Shirky got credit for that particular term.  Read his book, it is amazing:

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