By Tyson Thorne

January 6, 2020

It's a new year and the appropriate time for new challenges. You probably noticed a long lull in my writing. Some of that was intentional — I was working on a new project that required my undivided attention. Some of that time off was unplanned and resulted from being sick over several weeks. While not completely back to full health, today we launch our first ever podcast! Based on articles that appeared here first, you may download and discover how to Think Biblically at work, while running or driving or anywhere else it may not be convenient to read.

"Think-Biblically Today" is intended to become a daily podcast, but as I'm still in a bit of a learning curve in producing each episode we're starting out with once a week.

I'm still waiting for approval from various platforms, including Apple and Google. Before the end of the week we should be available on most every platform. Until then, you may download the episode from the source through your podcast player at:

If you're new to the idea of podcasts, you may listen to each new episode at the host website here:

We'll be upgrading services and equipment as we go along, so each episode should get better and better. In the meantime we're doing our very best to bring you the highest quality in both content and production. As always, we value your feedback. If you have any suggestions or questions, we'd love to hear from you. email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I sincerely thank you, each and every one of you, for being a part of the family. None of this would be possible without you. Your feedback and suggestions are invaluable.

One more note: once we have the production of the podcast down and in reasonable shape we will resume publishing fresh articles. Until then, please enjoy any of the over one thousand articles here and a new podcast every week.

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