I’m always willing to promote something good in the blog world – and I think that sbcIMPACT! is one of the best sites out there. I know, I’m biased. I’ve been writing at that site for 2 years and think the world of the men who contribute there.
But sbcIMPACT! has had a problem the last 6 months or so. Something happened to the site, or the hosting company or something. It became increasingly hard to log on to the site to comment, or even to read and the once lively site slowed a little.
But the new (and improved) sbcIMPACT! has just been rolled out. The contributors are pretty much the same, but the web guru (not sure that is the official title), John Stickley, has created a brand new site. Check out the new sbcIMPACT!
If you have sbcIMPACT! in your feed, you will have to change things up a little. The old address (sbcimpact.net) has been replaced with sbcimpact.org.
David Rogers (still my favorite blogger) is the leader of the group. Chris Johnson, Andrew Wencl, Rob Ayers, and I are also in the rotation. We have a couple of missionaries who blog anonymously from the field “Rastis” and “Strider” (who works in Middle Earth with hobbits and such). There are different perspectives and a wide variety of topics.
I know that some of you were regular readers of sbcIMPACT!, but perhaps the technical problems there discouraged you. Go check out the new site. Chris Johnson just posted the first article in the new rotation, called “The New Atheism: A Consequence of Evolutionary Theory.”
I’m hardly objective here. But sbcIMPACT! is one of the better group blogs out there. Read it!
Because I said so!