What piques your interest?

I’m thinking about resuming blogging.  It’s been four years since my last post.

What would you like to read about on this blog?

Maybe you can inspire me!  I invite you to try.  I’m looking forward to hearing from you.



PS.  The verb to pique means to excite one’s interest.

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12 responses to “What piques your interest?

  1. Elaine Kindl

    In these terrible times of Us vs Them, how can we show each other the Love of Christ?

    • Thanks Elaine, do you mean “Us v. Them” in culture, community or close relationships?

      • Elaine Kindl

        Culture. It seems if people disagree and n something it stirs up hatred and name calling. I think we as Jesus’ followers need to find the path to bring peoples together.

  2. Kamille Karlson

    Hi. Kamille Karlson here. I would be interested in 1. a little news about your family, 2, the behavior and attitude of believers in the midst of today’s political happenings. So glad you will be blogging again. ✝️ ❤️

    Sent from kskarlson iPad


  3. Kiss Rautio

    How are evangelicals still supporting POTUS under current circumstances?

  4. Sue Fleming

    Yikes, Tim. We are literate.🙄

  5. Carlene Meyer

    I miss the way Pastor took on issues in our culture that challenge Christians. Would doing some of that interest you?

  6. Dan F Orr

    Hi Tim, Would love to see comments concerning surrent cultural issues and Christianity. Such as homosexuality, sharing Christ with the unchurched, etc.

  7. bnixonhome@sbcglobal.net

    Hi Pastor Tim,

    I was glad to receive this. I miss you and hope you and your family are well.

    I would like you to begin posting again. I always looked forward to your writings.

    I think a good topic would be “perceived countertraditions in the bible” – for example; I am to hate evil but love my enemy. How do I reconcile that? I think there are several passages throughout the bible that appear to be contradictory, but that is because we lack context. I think your ability to cut through the clutter and explain to us laymen how we are to interpret these things would be quite helpful.

    Blessings, Brian Nixon