Don’t tell anyone, but my wife likes to keep the lights on in the house when we are out of town. I hear it is quite common. Somehow, it scares intruders away by giving the illusion that someone is home.
Aaron Armstrong, blogger at Blogging Theologically, is taking some time off from his website to refresh with his family. While away, several writers (including myself) will keep the lights on. Not to scare the intruders away, but to maintain relations with his visitors. Here is a (partial) list of who to expect (found here):
- Michael Kelley, author of Boring and Wednesdays Were Pretty Normal
- Rob Tims, author of Southern Fried Faith and discipleship strategist at LifeWay
- Brandon Hiltibidal, discipleship strategist at LifeWay
- Ben Reed, author of Starting Small: The Ultimate Small Group Blueprint, and small groups pastor at Long Hollow Baptist Church
- Amber Van Schooneveld, author of Hope Lives, and one of Aaron’s partners in crime at Compassion Canada
- Sarah Van Beveren, blogger and fellow Canadian
- Ben Riggs of Apex Community Church in Kettering, Ohio
- Dave Jenkins, director of Servants of Grace
Visit Blogging Theologically and subscribe. It has a good dose of interviews, book reviews, highlights and deals, and quotes from vintage saints. Also, follow Aaron Armstrong on Twitter (maybe you will see his vacation pics).
My two articles can be found here: