Introducing Categories!

Written by Joel on October 16th, 2009

I’ve had categories on here before, but there were a ton of them and they didn’t make a whole lot of sense. After some brainstorming and reviewing my posts over the past year I have come up with 6 nice and neat categories which most posts here will fall under. Now I just need to think of a seventh category to make this blog truly biblical.

  1. Housekeeping – for posts like this one which make announcements about the blog itself.
  2. Life is a Pilgrimage – stories from my life as they unfold.
  3. Not to be Taken Too Seriously – I need a break from theologizing all day. In this category I can creatively express myself, or simply share the creativity of others.
  4. Op/Ed – My opinion [slash] editorials. I’ve discovered that this is the majority of the content on the blog. It sure has been interesting to see what I said about a given topic just a year ago. I’m sure it will be interesting to look back in years to come.
  5. Sermons – When I preach the good news, I’m going to share it with the world right here.
  6. Worship Resource – For any liturgies, prayers, or other resources I create for use in worship settings.
  7. And seven… I should really come up with a seventh category. Any ideas?

You may also notice that the archives section on the side bar is missing. That’s because they were getting long. I put the archives on its own page, so you can read the blog like a novel over and over again if you are that into it.

I hope these small changes improve how things run here. Next project: taming the tags.


2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Agellius says:

    Current Events, or maybe Church News?

  2. Joel says:

    Thanks for that suggestion Agellius. I don’t know if I could refrain from adding my own opinion/commentary to current events and church news. So, I might put that stuff under “op/ed.”

    In the best case scenario, reporters are supposed to present stories objectively. On the other hand they almost always get religion stories completely wrong – so maybe there is need for objective religion reporting.

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