New Year – New Name

December 31, 2007

I’ve made a decision.  I don’t want to be called “too German” anymore and that includes this blog.  At this point it is more of an excuse for behavior than a complement.  The negative connotations to that moniker are things I am trying to change or refine, so I no longer choose to embrace such a catch phrase.  In removing my blog name I was faced with another decision, what should I call my blog now?”Every Glimpse is Grace” is the new name for this blog.  I choose the name to remind me to pursue God in the hope of knowing Him and seeing Him for who He is.  And with every bit of gain in that pursuit, I am know He makes it all possible.I’ve changed the theme as well.  I’m not particularly sold on it, so look for another change there.  Change is a reoccuring theme in January, as the new year gives a demark for stopping and starting things.  Look for a coming post on those things…  



  1. I like the new name, dude. My dear and treasured friend and brother in Christ, I pray God’s richest blessing upon you in your pursuit of Him in the new year and the years to come.

    “You turn winter into spring
    You take every living thing
    And You breathe Your breath of life into it
    Over and over again.

    You make all things new –
    Come redeem and come transform
    Come renew and restore.”

    – Stevie C.”

    See you in 2008!

  2. Rebranding.

    Good name.

    Waiting for the new WP theme. 🙂

  3. Thanks guiroo. I don’t think of it as rebranding. It’s more like new product development.

    And yet another shot at the theme…

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