A Letter to My Readers


I know I haven’t written in a while, and for that I am sorry. I believe most of you enjoy my posts. I have to admit that my life has been very hectic, with school and family. I warned you about a month ago that this may happen. I would love it if you would go through the archives and maybe find a hidden gem in there and let me know what you think about it.

I have just been going so hard for the last several months I was burring the candle at both ends. It finally caught up with me mentally and physically. Not only has my writing been suffering but so has everything else. All because I was trying to do more than I should.

As many of you know I have fibromyalgia and I am still having to learn my limits because they seem to change on a daily basis. Over the last few weeks I have really pushed myself beyond those limits and my body has told me to slow down.

With all of that being said it is still my goal to produce at minimum one new article a week here in the coming weeks. One will be a long form paper that is due in my systematic theology class on the hypostatic union. So be on the look out for that. I will also probably have a book review or two going live in the next few weeks.

IF YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS on what you may like to hear my thoughts on please drop me a line and I will do my best write something up.


  1. Glenn

    Hi Paul,

    Thanks for the update. I have empathy for what you are going through, as my wife has been dealing with fibromyalgia for a good many years, and we all experience the effects. Her pattern tends to be that she is “out of commission for a long time, and then when she is feeling better, she overdoes it trying to catch up. So, definitely, get to a point of listening to your body. On Sundays she can’t make it to church, she attends online the Pastor’s Bible class and service of Thomas Road in Lynchburg, VA (my two oldest kids attend Liberty University, and they stream it online at liberty.edu/libertychannel . Just thought I would toss it out there incase you were looking for a Sunday resource.

    Remember – He made you, He knows your limits. Rest in Him!


    1. pmhorneadmin (Post author)

      Thanks Glenn. I appreciate it. I am a LU student online. I usually do everything in my power to make it to church on Sundays, but I am very familiar with the vicious cycle you are describing. I am trying to learn how to listen to my body more. Thanks again.



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