Our Tahoe full of five is about 90 miles north of Los Angeles as I write on my iPhone. I already can see the sun and taste the smog. This will be Shepherds’ Conference six for some of our one28 staff. We all agreed last night (when we departed around 7:45pm) that there’s not much better on our Christian calendar year than a week full of man singing, Scripture marinating, book buying, and black coffee drinking among friends. You’re welcome to check the Void for updates over the next few days, but don’t hold your breath, I’ll probably be busy male bonding.
I won’t miss the opportunity to blog on a day that only occurs every four years. So if I fail to post something substantial later today, Happy Leap Day! In the meantime, the ESV Bible Blog recommends what to do if your Bible reading plan skips February 29.
Kiwi and an Emu paid me a compliment by questioning if “without form and void” really applied to my blog since I mistakenly published some content. I’m blushing.
Sans wedding date, here is reliable info from an insider that the MacArthur Study Bible is engaged to the ESV. A happy marriage between my English version of choice and my most recommended resource may just be irresistible.
A few weeks ago I noticed incoming traffic from a notable blog. I held my breath as I clicked the address and scrolled down the sidebar. Low and behold, there it was in all its emboldened glory: my very own link on PyroManiacs. Now that my self-referential hyperventilating is aside I’m ready for another year of posting without form and void.
If you’re undecided about how to read the Bible this year take a look at these eight Bible reading plans for the ESV. Each plan can be read on the web, received through RSS or email, or printed out for to carry in your own copy of God’s Word.