Today’s LDS blog rankings


In between helping Carol put up Christmas decorations, I compiled the Alexa rankings of the LDS blogs I follow. Although it is by no means comprehensive, it helps me understand where my blog ranks among solo LDS bloggers. This does not include group blogs which I define as any LDS-themed blog that has two or …

Will ye also go away?


After Jesus taught the sermon on the bread of life, some of his disciples said that he had taught difficult things. He asked if his teachings offended them and then added a few more things that clearly proclaimed that he was the Son of God. The response was immediate and very telling about why some …

What type of blogger are you?


I ran across a new blog analyzing tool over at the Typealyzer. I am an INTP - Thinker. I know, I'm shocked too. Unfortunately, INTP's can also be dull and boring. Carol, on the other hand is an ESFP - the performer. Her analysis (below mine) is much more interesting. That's why I married her. …

Antagonism makes good Mormon news


Some have claimed that all the attention the LDS Church has been receiving lately is a PR fiasco. Nothing could be further from the truth. It has become a PR bonanza. As an LDS blogger, I can write just about anything that mentions Proposition 8 or same-sex marriage and can guarantee a doubling of my …

LDS Bloggers making a difference


There are now many more LDS bloggers who are actively expressing positive and interesting things about their faith and the LDS Church. This is a huge increase from this time last year. If we have learned anything in the last few years, it is that we are still not understood by the majority of the …