Subject: Schedule Change in the Blogs

To: Loyal “Transform the Globe” Readers

From: Scott Armstrong, Regional Coordinator: GENESIS & Global Missions

Subject: Schedule Change

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Since its inception, the Transform the Globe blog has sought to inform and equip missional leaders in the Church of the Nazarene and around the world.  WordPress statistics tell us that this and our Spanish blog have a combined reach of almost 5,000 people weekly, so we know the content we are posting is scratching an itch of some sort.  All that to say, we thank you and are humbled by your readership and passion for changing the world.

Starting this week you will notice a significant change to this website.  As we have written and curated articles on missions, culture, and so much more, we have almost always offered at least three entries weekly.  As the ministry has grown and our duties have morphed into many exciting areas, we are finding it challenging to continue to produce (or reproduce) valuable content in both languages on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. So we are tweaking our schedule. While you will occasionally see three or more posts every seven days, the normal format will move to two publications weekly.  Our archives of more than 2,000 articles will still be available through the search function or by using the categories links on your right.

We remain as passionate as ever to provide timely, helpful content, and, in fact, feel as if this change will allow us to generate original content of higher quality (as opposed to quantity).  If you have any questions or need clarification, please comment below.

Thanks again for your continued interest in this page. And thanks even more for obeying the call of God to transform the globe!

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