Blog Sabbatical

Hello to all of our Sacred Margins readers! As you may have noticed, the posts on our site have been slowing down…a lot. There is good reason for this, and we wanted to share and tell you when we will be back.

Over the last few months, the three of us have found ourselves in expanding job roles and having increasing demands through jobs and work. Because of this, we often were not giving the time and thought to our blog that we decided to take a Sabbatical until Lent. We want to catch back up on our writing and make sure we are posting things worth reading. We value the time all of you spend reading our blog, and want to make sure we are using this forum well. So in order to do this, we are slowing down for a season. We will not have new posts until Ash Wednesday, at which time we will resume regular posting.

What you can do in the mean time:

First, if you haven’t already we encourage you to Like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, and/or use the box on the right to receive email updates. That way you won’t have to wonder when we start posting again, you can get the automatic update.

Secondly, we encourage you to ask some questions. The next few weeks will be a planning time for our blog, so we would like to hear from you. Any topic you wish we would cover, return to, or question you might have, leave a comment on this post. We will take these into consideration as we map out what we will be writing about.

We thank you so much for reading and are excited about getting some new life and direction in this process.

Grace and peace,

Allen, Chris, and Trevor

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