CruBlogging.com hopes to be a common stop for beginning and/or learning bloggers who work vocationally in a ministry setting. Whether you’re field staff or work as support staff in an office setting we want to help you connect better with those you you minister with and those to whom you minister. We hope to help with the basics of setting it up, design and the ongoing process of keeping it updated and bringing your readers back again and again.
Currently CruBlogging has two people running it, one from each coast. We’re field strategies staff with the United States Campus Ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ. CCC is all about helping to fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others; and helping the Body of Christ do evangelism and discipleship.
…is a 2000 graduate of UCLA where he majored in Ancient Greek and History. He’s now a father of 3 and a husband of one and the Missional Team Leader at Chico State.
Brian likes Miles Davis, Point Break, translating ancient Greek, the larger Epistles, the Bruins and kicking puppies (just seeing if you’re reading). You can read his miscellaneous thoughts at his blog The Necessary Things or follow him on Twitter at @brianbarela. His preferred blogging platform is TypePad.
…is a 2002 graduate of the prestigious Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where he majored in Computer Sciences for a semester, but graduated with a BA in B.S. (Interpersonal Communication). He’s now a part of the DC Metro team with his wife and serves as the Information and Technology Specialist in the MidAtlantic region (his job is to be the area nerd).
Jayson likes Living Sacrifice, Lost, Cannibal the Musical, really nerdy novels, Johnny Cash, disc golf, hiking (pictured), sushi and bad habits. You can read his miscellaneous thoughts at his blog The Organ of Meaning or follow him on Twitter at @jaysonwhelpley. His preferred blogging platform is self-hosted WordPress.
The site design runs on a WordPress installation hosted on DreamHost and utilizes a customized Thesis theme from DIYThemes.com. The background is a modified version of the Flower Burst pattern from DinPattern.com. The WordPress plugins that we use may be listed at a later time.