I tend to set my goals too high. I guess that is better than having no goals. However, that sometimes means that I miss the mark on the goals and plans I have made. My intention with this blog is to do what I enjoy: writing articles of interest, and recommending resources on topics related to theology and technology. Lately, I have not been very faithful in doing either one of these things.

Therefore, I am going to make a more concerted effort to accomplish these two goals. “The Daily Roundup” is a list of resources on theology and technology. That is typically posted Monday – Friday by 9 AM ET. I know other bloggers do something similar, and they probably do a better job. However, my focus on tech specifically may prove helpful for some of you. No sense in denying it, we live in a digital, tech-driven, social media world. 

I usually post a weekly quote and video by 7:30 AM each Lord’s Day. Additionally, I am working on a list of items I would like to research and write about monthly. That list will be released soon. 

To facilitate and promote these items, I have set up a Facebook page located here: https://www.facebook.com/wfhilljr/.  This page will post anything I write here as well as any item I find on the internet (E.g., Twitter, etc.). I often find useful quotes and will share them directly on the Facebook page. Due to Facebook’s change in third-party interaction on personal sites, this is the way around this restriction. Please join that page for updates on resource and other material. I hope it will be useful to you.

Please understand that this is not a means of self-promotion. I realize that these kinds of things have a tendency to be interpreted that way. My goal is to inform and recommend to others good resources (books, links, etc.) as well as edify with good quotes from our fathers in the faith, (Calvin, Flavel, M’Cheyne, Spurgeon, Watson, et. al.) and offer other items of use related to technology

That is all for now. Thank you for reading The Parchment

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