It’s been four months since I began working on the Chapter 3 Ministry website! I’m happy with the progress that has been made and with the direction things are going in. This work is a delight for me. I thank God for this opportunity. I love computers, software, writing, the Lord, and his people! It’s wonderful to combine them all together.

Over these four months, I have published all the main pages of my website. I was happy to see the Garden of the Faithful go up at the end of December and the English Bible Quest go up near the end of January. Two days before that, my Daughters of Sarah forum opened. During this time, I have also written 22 blog posts. I’ve had visitors from around the world, and a number of people have followed my blog. I appreciate them all! I have “met” some wonderful folks. The most recent changes to my website happened today. I added a Contact page, and I also added a couple of pictures to my About page.

Along with the website and forum, I also started a Facebook page for Chapter 3 Ministries. The number of Likes has grown pretty steadily. I’m very grateful for everyone who has taken the time to support my ministry in that way.

This has been a wonderful experience thus far, and I am looking forward to what’s coming. I will continue blogging and adding to my pages. There are three static pages on my site that, Lord willing, will see growth over the coming months. They are: Marraige & More, Defense for Our Hope, and Bible Notes. Now that a lot of the foundational work has been done on the website, I hope to add at least one article to one of these pages each week. That’s the plan. We’ll see how it goes. The following three articles were added in the past three weeks.

10 Guidelines for Good Communication in Marriage & More
Apolo What? in Defense for Our Hope (Apologetics)
Trusting the Lord in Bible Notes (Theology and Faith)

When I started this ministry I hoped that it would glorify God and be a blessing to others. I also suspected that it would be a blessing to me. Turns out, it has been. Spending this time focusing on and writing about matters relating to my Lord has helped me feel his presence even more. My prayer life is better, I’m happier, and I’m more at peace. I praise God for this, and I pray that my work is glorifying him and blessing others. I will continue as long as he wills. I hope that is for quite a while. There’s a lot more I want to write.

“Whether, then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 10:31