Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life has been international in outlook and outreach right from its beginning seven years ago in September, 2012. Not only have we covered people and stories from many countries around the world, but we have had visitors from almost every nation in the world.
Here are the top ten countries and regions from which our readers come:
- United States (over half of the total visits)
- United Kingdom
- South Africa
- European Union
Now Spiritual Insights itself is going international!
As we have mentioned previously (see: “If the Second Coming has Already Happened, When do Things Start Getting Better?”) Annette and I have visited South Africa several times in the past year. During these trips we have visited with our Swedenborgian brothers and sisters in The New Church of Southern Africa (NCSA), who have warmly and enthusiastically welcomed us.
These visits have not just been social. For several years now Annette and I have been contemplating making a big move in our life. I received a welcome invitation from Bishop M.E.J. Montsho, Principal of Mooki Memorial College (MMC), the theological seminary of the NCSA, to join its faculty—an invitation that was affirmed by the Rt. Rev. L.B. Ngwexane, Archbishop of the NCSA. In conversation with Annette, I gladly accepted the invitation.
Since then we have been busily preparing for our big move. It has not been easy! We are pleased to announce that on Wednesday, January 22, we will leave our beloved home in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and travel to Orlando East, Soweto, Johannesburg so that I can take up my new post as Program Coordinator and Lecturer at MMC.
Our American home will remain in Wyoming, U.S.A. However, we will also operate from our new base in Soweto, South Africa.
During our move we will not be able to fully attend to the comments and maintenance of Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life. However, once we settle in, we plan to resume posting new articles here regularly.
We hope and pray that this new international basis of Spiritual Insights will serve you, our international readership, even better in the coming years.