Saturday, April 11, 2015
Jokes and Jesus (Elements of Blogging) #AtoZChallenge
There are numerous blogs that feature Hump Day humor, Friday Follies, Silly Saturdays or other special blogging days devoted to jokes and humor. There are even blogs where humor is the specialty and that is all you will ever find. I've found some wonderfully funny jokes on blogs. A well told joke on a blog is a welcomed find when I've been perusing a number of blogs that weren't at all funny. A special treat is when I find a joke on a blog that tickles me so much that I have to go tell someone else. That someone is usually my wife. Sometimes she gets the jokes that I tell her and sometimes she doesn't. I can botch a joke pretty badly. However there are some blogs that present jokes very well.
On a more serious note, Jesus blogs are very common in the blogosphere. There are all sorts of blogs about religion or against religion. Whatever you may believe you can undoubtedly find a blog expressing your belief. If Jesus is what you want to read about then those blogs are easy to find and many of them are very well written. Some are very simple homilies while others provide in depth studies on topics about Christianity. If you feel convicted to write about Jesus then you might want to start your own blog about whatever it is you believe about Jesus.
And let us not forget juggling! There are blogs about actual juggling and then there are blogs such as Tossing It Out that use juggling as a metaphor. In case you didn't notice in my profile, I consider myself to be "A juggler of words and phrases" and that's because I have actually been a professional juggler in my working life. Sometimes I still talk about juggling on my blog, but my blog is only a metaphorical juggling blog.
There are many "J" blog topics that I didn't mention--which ones can you think of? Do you ever tell jokes on your blog? Have you ever read a joke on a blog that you told to someone else?
Bloggers for Jesus:
Living for God
Gospel Driven Disciples
Just another Christian Woman Talking Through Her Hat