Even though I’ve been working on some other web projects, I’m proud to say that I’ve kept up my work on the devotions site. All of June’s devotions are up and I hope to make good headway on July early next week. I find it hard to believe that the devotions site has been running for two years already and I’m proud of the site’s performance. Originally I expected to to get all of the devotions up within a year – one week at a time – but that proved to be too much. Getting married last year proved to be a big distraction. Who would have thought? When I’m finished with July’s devotions I’ll have an entire year of devotions online.
After July I won’t be finished with devotions however. I plan on taking some time to work on a few other web projects, like the 140 more articles/commentaries I need to write for my gospel site. That alone is the equivalent of four to five months of devotions. But when I come back to writing devotions I have some more themed ideas. They won’t necessarily follow a month’s timeline but will still be set up to read one a day.
Also I have already reserved the domain name for another devotions site. It won’t contain any new information but rather it will be a reposting of existing devotions. I plan on using a blog format that will post a new devotion each day so that if you like you can make the site your homepage so you read a new devotion every day when you visit. I’m tempted to launch the site now since I have the material for it but January feels like a much better time to be launching a devotional site. That way the new material won’t abuptly stop in the middle of the year either. By the end of next year I hope to have at least six more months worth of devotions ready to post for the following year as well. At least that’s the plan. That’s kind of a way down the road and there’s no telling what may happen in the meantime.