1 + 1,000,000


I crossed two significant (for me) milestones yesterday. First, and most importantly (again, for me), Fuller posted my DMin degree. So, I am now official. As the old joke goes: “My friends call me Chuck; you can call me Dr. Warnock.” Or something like that. Anyway, here it is. The downside is that I still have to wait several weeks for the diploma to be printed, signed and mailed. (Apparently Fuller was not as confident as I was that I would actually graduate!)

Fuller transcript now showing my DMin graduation.

 

The other milestone happened yesterday —  I crossed 1,000,000 page views on this blog! Which means that Debbie has looked at this blog a lot! And maybe a few other folks, too, I hope. I’ve been blogging here since December, 2006. If I figured this correctly, that’s an average of 12,350 or so views per month. Compare that to an average month in which I preach to about 400-500 people total. Of course, I realize that some people spend 3 seconds or less on a blog site, including mine. But still social media enable us to have conversations with lots of folks in lots of places, and most of the time that’s a great thing.

If you’ve been here for awhile, thanks for sticking around. If you’re new, I hope you’ll check in often. In 7 years of blogging, I’ve made my share of mistakes, offended some, encouraged others, and enjoyed the whole experience. Recently I refocused my blog around the theme of my DMin study and dissertation — churches building communities of reconciliation. Reconciliation is like Will Roger’s famous quote about the weather — “Everybody talks about it, but nobody ever does anything about it.” On this blog, from this point forward, I’ll be highlighting how my church and yours can do something about reconciliation. Stick around. Thanks.

One Million Page Views!

 

5 thoughts on “1 + 1,000,000”

  1. I am one of those early adopters that hung around … and it has been worth every minute I spend on your site. Congratulations on your D. Min. … a well earned recognition of God’s work through you Chuck. Jim D.

  2. I’ve been reading since your first illness and I’ve continued ever since. Congratulations on your diploma

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  3. Oops! Sorry. Congratulations on the completion of your degree. That’s quite a milestone! I’m so proud of you. I’m continuing to read your blogs because I find them both educational and meaningful to me personally. So thank you for being there for me!

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  4. Congratulations Chuck.
    You are a blessing to me.
    Keep it up Brother remembering that you were born to be real, not to be perfect.
    Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His love endures forever. Psalms 136:1

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