Home > Blogging > Welcome New Readers

Welcome New Readers

August 25th, 2009
Marketing Advertising Blog — VuManhThang.Com

welcome_mat The past week has seen a 34% increase in visitors to Cyberbrethren, probably because of the extensive coverage of the ELCA’s Churchwide Assembly decisions and posting of various reactions and statements. If you have a moment, feel free to add a comment and let us know who you, and where you are from. Thanks for reading.

If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!
Categories: Blogging
  1. Rev. David H. Sidwell
    August 25th, 2009 at 07:24 | #1

    Dear Paul,

    I have been sharing these (your) links because they are concise and comprehensive with appropriate commentary. Thank you.

    In Christ’s love and service,

    Immanuel Lutheran Kalamazoo

  2. August 25th, 2009 at 07:47 | #2

    Rev. McCain,

    Hey, my name is Brett, I’m from south central Pennsylvania, and I’ve been reading your blog for a little while now. I love the sorts of products you guys at CPH are making like the Treasury of Daily Prayer and this new Lutheran Study Bible. And SHAMELESS PLUG ALERT: I’ve just started up blogging myself at onroughseas.wordpress.com


  3. Vernon
    August 25th, 2009 at 08:25 | #3

    Thanks! I’m fairly new to the Lutheran denomination. After a few years of searching, I found both a worship style and a sound doctrine that I can identify with. I joined a large church in Atlanta three years ago after having visited for a few months. Since then, I have enjoyed learning more about what it means to be a Lutheran and growing in Christ.

    I was devastated by the decision of the ECLA this past week and was looking for some comfort and meaning when I found your blog. I appreciate your ministry! Thanks for letting me know that there are other people going through the same thing I am. Keep up the good work!

    Please pray for me as I seek a new church home.

  4. August 25th, 2009 at 09:10 | #4

    I’m a fellow blogger living in Nashville. I’m not a Lutheran, but a bit obsessive compulsive with church news.

  5. Pr. Kevin
    August 25th, 2009 at 17:48 | #5

    I’m serving in Western North Dakota and I’ve been following this blog for months as we were running up to the ELCA Churchwide Assy. All I can say is “what a mess” we’ve created for ourselves… Lord have mercy!

  6. Mary
    August 25th, 2009 at 17:50 | #6

    I’m an ELCA refugee. Our family left five years ago for the LCMS after it became clear that they were going to continue to push for homosexual pastors. We were already deeply disturbed by their rejection of scripture on several other matters, but my husband tried to stay and work from inside the system to steer the congregation toward a better path. Once we had children, we had to get them out of the line of fire as it were. We’re happy to be confessional Lutherans now. The drive to town is not easy, but our family’s spiritual health is worth it. I found this site by way of listening to pirate christian radio, a site I found on the LCMS facebook page.

  7. RK
    August 25th, 2009 at 19:49 | #7

    I’m an LCMS congregation member who resides in Milwaukee, WI.

  8. Arturo
    August 26th, 2009 at 02:23 | #8

    Attend an LCMS church in Northern California. Thank you, Pastor McCain for your cyberbretheren blog. I read it everyday. Our family and I have been attending for 4 months, coming from Traditional Roman Catholicism. The Book of Concord is one of best books I’ve ever read! Already pre-ordered The Lutheran Study Bible! Can’t wait. Biblical, historical, confessional Lutheranism is true.

  9. August 26th, 2009 at 08:18 | #9

    Pr. McCain,

    I’m a member of the ELCA and recently graduated with an MDiv from one of the ELCA seminaries. I stumbled across your blog shortly before the ELCA’s CWA. It has become a part of my daily reading. Thank you.

  10. revfish
    August 26th, 2009 at 10:27 | #10

    I am a pastor from the corn fields of Iowa. I have been coming here off and on for a for a few years now, but now read it daily with Google Reader. Thank you for the timely updates. God bless.

Comments are closed.