New Website in Progress
This week’s writing is going to be about a new website that the Lord has laid on my heart for sometime. The site will be dedicated to meeting the needs of senior citizens who need practical advice, support, and encouragement – without all the drama and backbiting that is common in social media today. It has gotten really nasty on these social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, for example)
The way that I wanted to keep my website secure and drama free is to make it a private site, by invitation only. I have searched, prayed, and asked others to pray for a way to get this done. The long and short of it is this – by the grace of God, and the generosity of the couple that started this website (Unresolved Life), this new website, “Pastor John’s Senior Moments”, will finally be making progress again. Michael and Teresa are going to help me get it set up, and they are going to host it. This is a huge answer to prayer.
Here is the set up I am looking to create. I want to have scripture throughout and use that scripture for encouagement and instruction. That will be one page or section. Scripture will be a major component on this website. Scripture is God’s word.
Another section or page for the website will be blogs. This will be a place where seniors and others can post about what’s going on in their lives, a place to share their needs, their hurts, their hearts. Many of us as seniors have questions about their bodies, their minds, and their spiritual lives. They need a soft place to land where they can be real, seek advice, and a place to find encouragement.
This is the heart of what I want to do with the website, why I am doing it, and a little of how I plan to put it together. This has all come about by the grace and calling of the Lord, and with the prayers and practical help of a lot of people, including Michael and Teresa. When the website is done, I will post a link or otherwise let the Unresolved community know what’s going on.
Thank you for your prayers for this webite ministry and for me, Pastor John of Mississippi. Take care and God bless. Pastor John signing out.