Wednesday, January 11, 2006
My Departure from the A-Team
As some of you may already know, I first entered the blogosphere by posting at the A-Team Blog. Unsure of how I would handle blogging but desiring to begin, I turned to Roger Overton. In many ways, he is a kindred spirit, and I have greatly appreciated his work on the internet. Roger graciously allowed me to begin posting with the A-Team.

After about a month together, the A-Team Blog seemed a little crowded. Five people regularly posting leads to a lot of entries! As a result, we decided that it would be better for me to branch out on my own and begin blogging separately from the A-Team. Our parting is completely amicable, and I am thankful for the opportunity Roger and the others gave me. I just hope that my blog will be as beneficial to others as the A-Team Blog has been to me.

Anyway, Roger commented on our separation in his post, "John's New Blog." I replied with "My Final A-Team Blog Post." Here is what I wrote:
I want to thank every member of the A-Team Blog for allowing me the opportunity to enter the blogging world. It has been a pleasurable and enriching experience.

As I begin posting at my new blog,
Reformed Baptist Thinker, I pray that we all will continue to glorify our Great God and Savior Jesus Christ through our commitment and service to Him. May our blogs continue to edify and equip followers of Christ as we live our lives in devotion to Him.
 
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