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Standing ovation, from Flickr user Chris Guillebeau, used under a Creative Commons license

EFM is very pleased indeed to introduce our newest blogger, Timothy (Tim) Dalrymple.

If there were ever any French family self-promotion around here, which of course there is not, you might know that David and Nancy have an excellent blog at a site called Patheos.  Well, Tim runs the Evangelical Portal over there, with great aplomb.  He’s got degrees from a list of institutions even fancier than David does, he used to be a big-shot gymnast (I’ll let him tell that story), and–most importantly, in my judgment–I gather he has a precious little girl.  We expect pictures, good sir.  You can learn more about Tim at the page where we’ll be archiving his forthcoming posts.

Come on in, Tim!  The Postum’s fine, and we’re terribly glad to share it with you.

About Charles Mitchell

EFM's resident Yankee, Charles Mitchell, works in the non-profit arena in his native Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Charissa, live near the state capital of Harrisburg with their daughter, Adeline, and are members of a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America.

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2 Responses to Let’s Give Tim a Standing Ovation

  1. Timothy Dalrymple says:

    Thanks for the warm introduction, Charles, but I suspect the look of skepticism from the woman in the black (with the blue stripes) is more than a little justified. I had to read your sentence referring to a “precious little girl” several times before I realized you said “has” and not “is”. Either one would have been correct.

    I’ll do my best not to spoil the place, and thanks for welcoming me.

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