V is for Veteran Bloggers.

If you're visiting our blog for the first time or arrived via the Blogging From A To Z Challenge we'd like to welcome you to our little corner of the web.

We've really enjoyed running this blog over a few years. In fact if you take a look at our Archive you'll see that we've been blogging since the 10th of July 2004 when we were preparing to move to South Africa from Blighty. Back then the blog was called Adventures With God but we rebranded the blog a while back, see our About tab for more on this.

One of the best bits about blogging is meeting other bloggers through such things as the Blogging From A To Z Challenge and other networks like Missionary-Blogs.com where we're listed amongst the Veteran Bloggers.

Why not pop over there and see what hundred's of other bloggers are getting up to as they seek to serve and extend the kingdom of God.

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This post is part of a series in the Blogging From A To Z Challenge, April 2012.



6 comments:

  1. I like the concept of missionary bloggers. It's a good thing to be doing.

    Lee
    Please help me reach 100 followers at:
    A Few Words
    An A to Z Co-host blog
    My Main blog is Tossing It Out

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  2. Consider it done. Any chance you could reciprocate?

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  3. I am already following--signed up when I left my comment.

    Thanks!


    Lee
    Please help me reach 100 followers at:
    A Few Words
    An A to Z Co-host blog
    My Main blog is Tossing It Out

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  4. That's a long time be blogging. I can barely imagine it.


    Sonia Lal @ Story Treasury

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  5. Interesting life and writing. Thanks for sharing your mission.

    And thanks for dropping by my blog earlier and leaving comment/question on the 'urban urchin.
    Haiku is an interesting form to experiment with for making statements with tight constraints.

    To your question. urban - of the city, urchin - mischievous youth. Although mischievous is a mild word for some of the trouble caused by America's modern youth out unsupervised long after dark.

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