The wisdom of King Solomon is well-known historically and is evident through his writings. He asked God for an endowment of wisdom, and God graciously and generously entrusted Solomon with that gift. We’re the beneficiaries.
Solomon presents a realistic, profound and biblical perspective of life “under heaven.” Consider his message in Ecclesiastes 3: “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” He continues in Chapter 3 with contrasts of some of those issues. Life is cyclical, so rather than dreading change and transition, we can anticipate all the renewal and creativity they incite.
In the business of life, this is the perfect time to encourage you, my faithful JudyBlog readers, to explore and connect to the new and improved TWR.org website. It’s refreshing, creative and inspirational. I’m enthusiastic about all it has to offer those of us who want to stay informed about what the Lord is doing through this far-reaching media ministry. The posted listeners’ stories, news and blogs expand my missions vision.
I asked TWR Web and Social Media Strategist Trip Smith to describe the value of the newly redesigned TWR.org:
The new website was designed very intentionally with visitors in mind. We want people to be able to find the information they’re looking for as conveniently as possible. The blog section of the site is all about letting our friends and supporters know what’s happening with TWR around the world, so they can pray, give and serve accordingly.
We’re proud of the new site design, but we always want to make our online presence better. Over the coming months, we’ll be making exciting improvements that will make a visit to TWR.org an informative and encouraging experience for anyone who stops by. We’ll also be unveiling new websites and content to meet this goal, and you can still connect to TWR on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
With Trip’s expertise and creativity and our editor Jon Hill’s outstanding writing ability, there is much to appreciate. I’m excited! The quality of stories and news you’ve been used to on the JudyBlog are to be found at TWR.org. With this final JudyBlog post, it’s not goodbye; instead, let’s go forward together and feast on the delectable offerings featured on TWR’s web page. That way we’ll stay connected.
Let me know what you think. You can contact me at email@example.com. I’d love to hear from you.