Friday, November 14, 2008

My interview with the Daily Scroll

A gentleman in Texas publishes a compilation of Christian blog posts from around the web on a page called The Daily Scroll. Today, he posted an interview with me regarding this blog. I am quite humbled. I got the chance to give a few shout outs. Not as many as I would have liked. I have been encouraged by some really great Christians here in the blog-verse and am grateful for those that visit this blog.

You can read the interview here.

9 comments:

Nathan W. Bingham said...

@Joe: I’m humbled by your acknowledgment. :-)

Joe Blackmon said...

Nathan

You guys do good work. I think you're both gifted Bible expositors and I'm am blessed by your ministry. Keep up the good work.

Andrew E. Courtis said...

Hi Joe, thank you for your encouraging words! It is always thrilling to hear that God's saints are built up in the faith.

Joe Blackmon said...

Andrew

You are most welcome, brother.

M. Steve Heartsill said...

Joe...thanks for the shout out...I am honored and humbled by that!!!

You really do a great job on your blog...I have no doubt that your reader list is only going to grow as you continue to write!

Keep it up brother!

Joe Blackmon said...

Steve

I was glad to give the shout out dude. I am encouraged by your comments. I am humbled that anyone takes time to read something I've written.

Have a good one.

M. Steve Heartsill said...

Don't be too shocked...you do a great job of writing...you really do. In my paying job, I'm an editor, and I know good writing when I read it...you've not the skill!

Joe Blackmon said...

Thanks again, Steve. I have to give a shout out to my 10th grade English teacher, Mrs. Boswell. She was a pill to deal with sometimes but she was very disciplined in how she taught writing. In my honors English class that I had her for in 10th grade there were like 10 people in there due to the schedule so it was like getting tutored.

Nathan W. Bingham said...

@Steve: I'm assuming you intending to say Joe has "got the skill!" as opposed to Joe has "not the skill!" ;-)