I started a second blog in November of 2015. Titled “Mile Markers,” it’s devotional in nature. My Monday-of-each-week posts emphasize the blog’s sub-heading, “Gaining ground in the Christian Journey.”

Why Two Blogs? The purpose of both is spiritual inspiration. Apart from that, here are four ways they differ.

  • Lights 4 God highlights people of the past. All, heroes of faith, are men and women who kept the faith and finished their course.                                                                        Mile Markers addresses the day-to-day steps for those of us still completing the course.
  • Lights 4 God spans three centuries: 1700s-1900s.
  • Mile Markers refers to recent decades rather than recent centuries.
  • Lights 4 God has always appeared in text format only.                                                       Every Mile Markers post comes with an audio version.
  • Lights 4 God is mostly informational.                                                                                            Mile Markers always concludes with personal applications under the heading, The Road Ahead, with additional Biblical verses to read as Further Fuel.

Here are the titles and links to the first 10 Mile Marker posts.

Mile 1-Marker

Forgiving Others

Mile After Mile

People I Should Thank God For

Funny and Not Funny

Doing Good

Don’t Panic

The Journey to Bethlehem

This New Year: Read the Bible Wholeheartedly

This New Year: Pray Without Ceasing

This New Year: Witness Unashamedly







About William E. Richardson

I'm married to a wonderful woman named Deb. We're the parents of a son and daughter who bring great joy to our lives. I currently pastor the Assembly of God church in Afton, Iowa.
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