Dissertation Progress

by Jul 28, 2010ChurchLife, Dissertation, Personal, Theology3 comments

I have added two tickers to my widgets.

Don’t we all?

Check them out beneath my Feedburner count widget on the right side of the home page, and pray for me if you would. I want my dissertation to be a benefit, however small, to the church. At least my own.

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  1. Duncan

    Is the dissertation count because you are planning on a second dissertation at some point?

  2. Kerry McGonigal

    Looking forward to your upcoming SS series. I’m confident it will be of benefit to our church.

  3. Mark L Ward Jr

    I honestly don’t know, Duncan! Though that wasn’t my intent in making the graph that way…

    Thanks, Kerry!