Tom Gilson

After nine and a half weeks in a sprint, I might be able to slow down and breathe for a while now. I could be woefully over-optimistic in saying that, but I have hope anyway.

It has been a very fun run. It’s not over yet, but it might slow down to a jog. On Christmas Eve morning I was struck with an idea for a book that needed writing. It needed to be done very quickly. By God’s grace (his hand has been on all of this) I was able to connect with a dozen or so others who agreed with me that this book needed to be written. We collaborated on it, and yesterday I sent the edited manuscript to the publisher. It was a lot of work, and it has caused me to have to put some other things on the back burner, but I think it turned out well.

I am going to say no more about the book for a while, but for those readers who pray, I ask you to keep it in your prayers, in spite of how little I have told you about it.

I am woefully late on fulfilling my commitment to highlight new Christian blogs from 2011. I plan to do that starting again today. I might even get more involved in comment discussion here.

Unless the publisher tells me I have a lot more work for me to do.

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