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Penultimate Name Competition Posting

I’ve gotten some great feedback on the name of my new blog that will be specifically about church planting.  Far and away the winner of the competition between the two names I put out there was “Ushering the Kingdom.” 


Most people hated both, and this was the less weak of the two.  Ok.  I hear you, people.  Good feedback.  I won’t go with either.

It helped a lot.  I got to hear from you and you were good and honest and gave me some things to think on.  I should have done this way earlier with even lamer names so that you would speak up the first time I asked.  Isn’t that the way things usually work?  When a pastor asks for feedback and gives no specific choices they get very little help, or if people like the options they see they won’t say anything.  But, hey, give them two options they don’t like and you will seriously hear about it. 

So…cool.  It worked.  I got good feedback and now you will just have to wait for the reveal of the new blog name.  I’ve chosen it, and I think you’ll be pleased.

                                                                                                    Penultimate: second to last

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  1. Janet Koolhaas
    May 26, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    Does this mean you don’t hate me? <)

    • May 26, 2011 at 5:13 pm

      Everyone who knows you, Jan, knows that to be an impossible task, my friend. Thanks for your words.

      • Janet Koolhaas
        May 27, 2011 at 9:53 pm

        Whew! I’m so relieved. Seriously.

        Now I’m eager to see what your “third choice” is going to be!

        Ha-ha! I don’t know where this came from, but just at this very moment I got the idea for a title: “Plant, or Be Planted”. Ha!! Don’t ask me to explain the deep theological meaning. There is none — at least I don’t think so. It just came to me. I’m chuckling right now.

        Thanks again for easing my mind.

        God bless you, Jim, in your ministry and your writing endeavors.

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