With grateful hearts, we share our thoughts on redemption through Jesus Christ and His saving blood and what it looks like in our daily walk.

We gladly welcome your comments and input.
AND since we hold our conservative values dear, we might have a thing or two to say about politics... and we can almost guarantee it won't be politically correct.

Saturday, July 12, 2008


There will be some changes coming soon to the Walk Wisely blog. After some discussion with the authors of this site we have decided to "lighten the mood" around walkwisely. We hope to bring some more "day to day" type updates of what is going on in our lives, our walk with God, culture, and politics. We think this will enable us to increase our number of postings and give us a place to share more of ourselves without just "preaching" all the time, but don't worry knowing the authors we will still get our "preach" on at times.

We are working out the details and we hope that you will like the changes. Check back soon for the new and improved Walk Wisely blogspot.


pilgrim said...

Thought I might be the first to comment on your latest post. Even though you are "under construction" for a new format, just wanted you'all to know that the posts are read, even if not responded to as often as you would like.

What is wrong with preaching?
As Paul says in Romans 10:14 "how shall they hear without a preacher"?
Thank God for those who 'preach'!
v.15 "How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!"

Okay, so that's my spiel for today. Looking forward to your continued enlightenment on the new and improved Walk Wisely ;-)

Nathan Talbot said...

Thanks pilgrim for reading and for commenting.

Nothing wrong with preaching!! There will still be some of that. Just also some added commentary on other issues as well.

mjm said...

Sounds good, and can't wait to see the changes. I just hope this "construction" project doesn't take as long as the one that is going on the Vets and the Causeway. It's enough to make a person a little crazy...besides they are constantly changing the traffic pattern which makes me stay on my toes. Seriously, I understand...I don't think I could have a blog that I couldn't be random at times. :)

Meems said...

Okay, I'll go first with the world's longest post and no preaching.

Hope no one minds my rambling and feely-feely thoughts.