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Tim, John, and I have thinking lately about the amount of time we are spending on this blog and we are all feeling a need for a bit of a break. We have been posting every three days for over a year and would like to ease up the pace some. In addition, we want to be sure that in our lives of limited time and energy The Adopted Life gets the primary focus of our writing effort.

We’ve decided to keep Trinity and Humanity going but to decrease the frequency of of our posting, so you’ll still find new thoughts here but just not as frequently in the past.

If you haven’t subscribed to John’s blog, The Shack Bible Project, I highly recommend that you do. John’s scripture paraphrases are a great way to see the Bible in the light of the Trinity and that is where John is going to focus most of his attention in the coming months. Tim and John will both continue writing for The Adopted Life on a regular basis and I will continue posting here at Trinity and Humanity from time to time. And, of course, all our old posts will remain here as an archive of what we’ve done over the last 14 months.

Thanks to all of you who are such faithful readers, and for all the enlightening and encouraging comments you post. If you subscribe by email you’ll get an update each time we post something new, and if you don’t subscribe you might want to check back every week or so to see what we’ve posted.

The next posting will be this Friday, it’s a little piece I’m working on called “The Unholy Trinity.” See you here on Friday!

~ Jonathan Stepp

4 comments so far

  1. Boyd Merriman on

    And we will be here to support all of it!

    Thank you so much for all this writing! I understand what you are saying. I have not done much writing myself lately, so I can see how you can take a step back for a while and take some extra time to live the adopted life you are writing about!

    Thanks again, and may God bless!


  2. Pastor Don Marson on

    Well done, team……….have appreciated every blog! You three have enlightened (sometimes a dictionary helps me to clarify some $$$$$ words that are used..a good thing)me to no end even though I may not always agree. Your fresh approaches stimulate one’s growth in being faithful participants in our Father’s work. May he continue to richly bless your efforts.

    P.S. Looking forward to meeting you gentlemen at the Orlando International Elders Conference.

  3. Pastor Jonathan on

    Thanks for the encouragement!

  4. tjbrassell on

    Hey Everyone, THANKS for the Benevolent and Sustaining comments! I Look forward to more good experiences with you in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit!

    Peace and Blessings!

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