Changes to “As I Come Singing”

Those few people who follow this blog on a regular basis deserve more thanks than I can possibly express.  I wish I could thank each of you in person.

As I explained at the end of Sunday’s post, I need to make a change in how I handle this blog–for a simple reason: ever since I started writing Christian novels, I haven’t written very many new songs, and I’ve used up all of what I have.

Even some of the songs I felt halfway apologetic about posting. But I used them anyhow, because I had no way of knowing what might bless or be usable to someone else in spite of my feelings about them.

I’m not going to discontinue this blog, but my only choice is to begin re-posting my songs. That may lead me to add lead sheets for some of the songs I didn’t have lead sheets for before.

I’m only going to post once a week, though. Probably on Saturdays.

I’m also starting a new blog. In fact, I’ll make my first post there tomorrow. It’s called “On Aging Gracelessly.’ If you’re interested in that subject, you’ll be welcome. Look for it here.

Rest assured that I’ll add new songs to this blog as I write them, however.

Thanks again for your interest and your faithfulness, and may your lives be a blessing to everyone they touch.

Best regards,
Roger

About Roger E. Bruner

Seventy-four-year-old Roger E. Bruner is the author and publisher of eighteen Christian novels and the writer of more than two hundred Christian songs and choruses, a handful of musical dramas, and a number of shorter works. He sings, plays guitar and bass, and records his original songs in his home studio. He will be active in his church's nursing home ministry again when circumstances permit and in the church choir when it starts up again. In the meantime he'll keep playing bass on the praise team. Married for seventeen years to Kathleen, he has one grown daughter. Kathleen has two. Roger enjoys reading, moderate exercise, photography and book cover design (he's done all of his own except for Rosa No-Name), playing Snood, making walking sticks, and complaining about the state of the nation while continuing to pray for it.
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