Thanks Nathan for the new Header

This morning I was delighted to find the new header for our Burmese outreach blog created by my son Nathan.  He has imagination demonstrated by this header and on one he recently made for my other son Jason’s blog.  This header makes our Burmese outreach website much more attractive.  Be sure and click on their names to check out their blogs.  [If the header won’t load for you please send me a comment].

This is also a good time to explain more of the nature of a blog.  A blog is designed to be an interactive thing.  Your comments are invited.   At the end of each posting is the highlighted word(s)  “Comment”   or “No Comment”.  If you click on either of these there is an opportunity for you to go live on the internet by commenting on a posting on my blog.  We want this site to be a community so your comments (or questions) are invited.  

Since we started this blog around Memorial Day we have had 474 views.  Please tell your friends about it and come back often. 

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About johnmcmurphy

Jesus is first and foremost in my life. He is above all religions, principalities and powers. In everything He must increase and I must decrease. Into the hands of Jesus, God has placed life and death, truth and purity. strength and meaning. Only in a growing understanding of the triune God, and his son Jesus can I do, breathe, exist and serve. I have a Bachelor's degree in Bible from Vennard College, a Master's in Social Science from Azusa Pacific University and a Ph. D. from Ohio State in Family Relations and Human Development. I am an ordained pastor involved in cross-cultural ministry. I am currently employed at several colleges as an instructor. If you need to get in touch with me, just leave a comment, I screen all comments and so you can leave further contact information which I will erase before it is published. -John

Posted on June 5, 2008, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. jasonmcmurphy

    well said dad. The new header looks great, ties the US and Burma together

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