Ok, I need a break from health care reform news and so do you.  Actually this post will only have non-political links.  We need a break occasionally, besides Caffeinated Thoughts is supposed to be stimulating musings on the news, politics, culture, life and theology.  This past week I think it was only stimulating musings on politics.

I’m thinking about a change, which won’t happen for awhile (if at all).  While the regular contributors at Caffeinated Thoughts would still blog from a Christian point of view I’ve wondered if our readers would be better served if we started a second blog that focused on theology, ministry, church and apologetics (with no politics).  Perhaps we’re unique and people like the blend?  Perhaps another blog of that nature is not needed?  What do you think?  Let me know in the comments below.

Now your miscellany to start your day:

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  1. Well, I see that as you grow you have visitors from different parts of the world, so maybe, they (we:)) will be happy to see less politics and more of culture, life and theology. But still, I agree with Lyla, a coffee shop serves everything.

    Blessings on your day!
    .-= Becky ´s last blog ..A Lie We Don’t Believe =-.

  2. I like the mix here…I try to keep the number of blogs I subscribe to manageable, and simply skip over posts that don’t interest me. I was going to suggest a bit less posting about Iowa politics though.
    Maybe dedicate a certain number of posts per week/month to be non-political, including one links post.
    I always wonder, where do you find all of the coffee pictures?

    1. @Stacy, Good idea, also why I wanted different contributors. Last week was a little insane with the health care reform bill. With Iowa politics it ebbs and flows right now with a gubernatorial election and our General Assembly meeting there’s a lot going on. Come May that’ll slow down. I’ve said to my non-Iowa contributors to feel free to blog on things that are going on in their state. As the saying goes, all politics are ultimately local.

      So much to write about, so little time. I appreciate the feedback!

  3. Shane! Thanks for linking me. I’m so green, I think this is my first ever link and I didn’t even know about it till I looked at my blog stats for the first time today. 🙂 Don’t laugh too hard.

    Thanks though! Other great posts here too!
    -pd

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