If you are new to blogging you may want a little info.
The word "blog" is short for "web log." The basic definition is this:
A blog is basically a journal that is available on the web. The activity of updating a blog is "blogging" and someone who keeps a blog is a "blogger."
One of the unique aspects of a blog is its interactive nature. Any reader is free to post a comment. The comments not only add to the discussion but shape future blog posts by raising questions and new issues. To some extent, everyone that participates in a blog takes part in the direction that it goes.
Note at the bottom of this blog is the word "comment." By clicking on that word you can see comments posted by others and you can post a comment as well.
You can keep track of blogs that you read by adding them to you favorites list. But if you read more than one and/or if you like to follow newsfeeds (current news that is regularly updated), then you may want to look at inexpensive programs, such as feed demon, or websites, such as bloglines.com which is free. These allow your blogsites to be read as "feeds." Current info, or blog updates, that you haven't yet read are automatically highlighted for you and you can see short excerpts of each. It's amazing the amount of information that can be scanned this way. Some believe that this will change the way people surf the web.
Also, in the case of this House Church Blog, you can request to be placed on my email list and I will notify you every time this blog is updated: