Blog Reboot

I began blogging here over ten years ago in July 2001. That’s a long time ago in blogging years. This blog has been through some changes over the years, and it’s definitely time for a bit of a reboot around here.

I have a passion for learning and for sharing what I’ve been learning. And I also love to write. This blog has really taken shape these past few years around a few themes: applying theology to everyday life, thinking about pastoral ministry, and sharing links and resources that I’ve found helpful. I am also a productivity and technology geek, although I try to keep that under wraps for the most part.

Now that I’m moving into church planting, I’m pretty sure some of that will seep into what I blog about here.

So what is this blog about? This blog is about how Jesus changes everything. He changes:

  • Our relationship with God
  • Our relationship with others
  • Our vocations – how we live and work in this world
  • Our ministries

This blog exists to explore some of the ways that Jesus changes everything. It provides resources and articles that will help you think about the ways that Jesus can change every part of your life.

Here’s what you can expect, in general, around here:

  • Monday – Some reflections on what I’ve been learning recently in my life and ministry
  • Tuesday – A book review
  • Wednesday – A short post on a theological issue and how it relates to life and ministry
  • Thursday – A practical post on some issue
  • Friday – An interview with someone who’s caught my interest
  • Saturday – Saturday Links
  • Sunday – A quote that’s got me thinking

This is ambitious. We’ll see if I’m able to keep to this schedule, but I’ll try.

I welcome your suggestions. Let me know if you have any ideas for how I can make this blog more helpful for you in the coming year.

Thanks for reading!

Darryl Dash

Darryl Dash

I'm a grateful husband, father, oupa, and pastor of Grace Fellowship Church Don Mills. I love learning, writing, and encouraging. I'm on a lifelong quest to become a humble, gracious old man.
Toronto, Canada