Welcome Aboard

Welcome to the new home of Heavenly Heartburn. For some time now I have been very dissatisfied with the technical inconsistency of Blogger. At the recommendations of some blogging friends I have decided to move to WordPress. (Thanks Steve and Tim).

Making this move will allow me to do several things that I have been wanting to do for some time now. It is my hope that visiting Heavenly Heartburn will enhance your walk with Christ. I want my blog to be a place where worship, missions and discipleship is promoted. For this purpose, I have added several pages that contain links to music, missions, books and resource sites. I hope that you will explore them and take advantage of them.

I also want to take this opportunity to reaffirm the purpose of Heavenly Heartburn. From time to time I get asked where did I come up with the name. It is based on the response of the disciples who walked with Jesus on the road to Emmaus, “Did not our hearts burn within us as He expounded the Scripture?” I hope that as I share what God is teaching me on my journey it will cause the flame of your passion for Christ to be kindled to greater heights.

I want my blog to be a place that honors God. I hope that those who visit will find that it is a site where they can discuss, pray, share and laugh with others in a spirit of gracious Christian fellowship. I hope that iron will be sharpened here and that each of you will be encouraged to serve God more in His kingdom.

So come on in, make yourself at home, look around and check out all the new things. I always enjoy hearing from you so leave a comment and check out some of the links (more will be added soon).

Β God bless.

23 responses to “Welcome Aboard

  1. I like the new look. I’ve already changed your link on my blogroll. Look forward to checking out the new “crib”.

  2. very nice! πŸ™‚

  3. Thanks. I’m still trying to work out a bug with the comments. For some reason it is sending everything into the spam folder.

  4. “For some reason it is sending everything into the spam folder. ”

    Oh No! It recognizes me!

    Seriously, feel free to delete either of my two comments that made it through.

  5. Gordon,

    I like the new digs. I’ll be moving to WordPress myself in a few months.

    I’d better go update your link on my blog.

  6. I want to change mine over, too. Can you help me?

  7. Palms of Victory

    Dear Gordon,
    Your new blogspot is beautiful and the article a great blessing. Hope to see many more from you.

  8. Glad you made it! I already updated my link to you. And now, I’m going to go grab some shares of this new location on Blogshares before the price goes up!! πŸ˜‰ hehe

  9. Best wishes in all and for the new site as well!

  10. Tim A. Blankenship

    I like your new look. Hope you have many blessings with it. Your blog has already been a wonderful blessing to me.

  11. Thanks everybody. I’m kind of excited about it myself.

  12. Tony, I’ll be glad to do what I can. It was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be.

    Steve, hope you make a fortune on it! πŸ˜€

  13. Nice new house, Gordon! Clean and tidy, just like a new house should be. (But you just wait ’til the kids mess it up!)

    I’ve updated my list of links on my site to reflect your new address. I’ll make sure any mail from my place gets forwarded here. πŸ˜‰

  14. Just forward the checks and keep the bills, Danny.

  15. Not another blogger migrating to Word Press!

    Blogger is fine; you just have to learn to live with all the technical failures.

    I just love the blogger navbars! So Modernist.

  16. Nice clean look. I always get a blessing from your blog.

  17. Matthew, try it, you’ll like it. πŸ˜‰

    Beverly, thanks. Good to see you around.

  18. Wheee!!! I love the new look….I can read it once again!

    I’d send you a welcome to your new house cassarole but it would be cold by the time it got there…LOL!

    I’ve got your updated link in my mouse and I’m headed to my blogroll!

  19. Wow! Nice new home, Gordon. I’m glad I found you here. I like your statement of goals for Heavenly Heartburn. I find they resonate with my experience of your old blog and I’m sure the new one will continue and excell where the other left off. I’m looking forward to seeing what comes next!

    May God truly bless you and others through this blog. I hope we all end up with Heavenly Heartburn.

  20. Bonnie, I tried to keep you in mind this time, lol.

    Miss Melli., thanks so much for the encouraging words.

  21. Just thought I’d let you know that Idetrorce is a spam comment… I got the same comment on my blog today as well!

    Also, I absolutely love your blog’s title & the meaning behind it! πŸ™‚ I found you via Steve’s blog.

  22. Thanks, Amanda, welcome to Heavenly Heartburn. Make yourself at home and feel free to come by anytime.

    But you better watch that Steve Sensenig. πŸ˜‰

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