Alex Enabnit – Programming Coordinator

What’s up with the weather lately? Last week it was cold and rainy for a few days and now it’s warm again, but not Phoenix warm – especially considering that it’s May! Don’t misread me; I’m definitely not complaining. I love being able to walk outside without melting into the sidewalk. It’s just that it seems like we’ve been in this weird, between-spring-and-summer season for a while now. Perhaps this is just my native Arizonan coming out, but for some reason it feels like it should be hotter by now.

Sometimes life can be like that too. Sometimes we find ourselves in this “soon but not yet” intermediary stage. There’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, that season is usually the best time to reexamine strategy and make some mid-course corrections.

To be honest, I feel like the Central Teaching Blog is between seasons as well. I’ve been moderating this blog for over two years now and it has made some impressive growth, generated great response to the posts, and put forward solid content. I’m definitely pleased with how far this blog has come but now it’s time to tweak things and make them even better!

That’s right, change is coming. Nothing is set in stone yet, but I can tell you I’m excited about what we have planned so far! However, I think it would be a huge miss if I didn’t include YOU in the discussion. We need YOUR help to make this blog better! If you can, comment below any thoughts you may have on improving the Central Teaching Blog. Here are some questions to get you started, but you’re certainly not limited to them!

What has the Central Teaching Blog been doing well?

What could the Central Teaching Blog do better?

What kind of content would you like to see more of?

I’m looking forward to this discussion. Thanks for helping this blog get even better!

This Blog Needs YOUR Help!

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About The Author
- I am the programming coordinator at Central Christian Church AZ. I also moderate the Central Teaching Blog. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!