Why Fewer Posts?

I greatly appreciate your subscribing to my weekly blog posts. But I want to explain to you, my faithful subscribers, why my weekly posts (Fridays) are not as weekly as they have been.

I devote much of my blogging time connecting with people in tragedy and those with mental health issues on Google Plus. I often link to my recent posts that you receive so I can reach a larger audience. If you already have a Google Plus account, I would love for you to “follow” me there (i.e., include me in one of your circles where you will receive my posts and comments). Check out my profile under my name. People who follow me already number nearly 600.

If you don’t have a Google Plus account, you may easily open one: Just Google: “How do I open a Google Plus Account?” Click in upper right. If you use a gmail address, that is your Account ID. Just come up with a password.

Watch for my new post next week. I’ll look for you on Google Plus.

About Grose

Gordon Grose loves most to write, speak, and preach on the message of hope from the book of Job. Using drama, video, and PowerPoint, he has preached and presented this message of hope to churches around the country. Grose pastored three congregations 25 years, then served 12 years as a pastoral counselor in a Portland, Oregon counseling clinic. He now serves with Good Samaritan Counseling Services, Beaverton, OR. A graduate of Wheaton College (IL), Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Brandeis University, and Boston University, he comes from a rich and varied background in theological and counseling training. In 2015, Gordon published Tragedy Transformed: How Job's Recovery Can Provide Hope For Yours, a book about turning to Job for hope after tragedy. If you have experienced life challenges or personal tragedy, visit his Transforming Tragedy (gordongrose.com) blog to learn more. TragedyTransformed.com provides a sample of Gordon's speaking as well as an opportunity to purchase copies of his book.
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