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It’s a New Day

Do you see it?  The new jonathancliff.com is being released today.  I want to apologize in advance for those of you that will miss the old website, and loved that little blue bird up at the top.  I’m sorry.  (You can visit the Wayback Machine and look at old posts in their original format whenever you want!)

I’ve moved over to the Standard Theme, and it is still a work in progress.  I’ll be tweaking things here and there, so I would appreciate your feedback throughout this process.  You can reach me at jc@jonathancliff (dot) com.  I promise, you can’t hurt my feelings.

Let me answer the big question.  Why would I change?

I wanted a change because the template that I was using was buggy.  I know that many of you liked it, and I received compliments on it often.  However, it was  extremely  hard to get things to fit in the sidebar, and the main post section was always giving me problems.  It was also not a great SEO-optimized platform, and there were very little customizations allowed in it’s design.  It was great while it lasted, but for a free Skinpress.com WordPress theme it was limited.

So here we are with the new jonathancliff.com.  Along with the new design, I will also be making a few subtle changes to what I write about.  You can expect more of what you like, but I’m going to be expanding into more product reviews, sharing more examples of the behind the scenes way we do things in my current positions, and sharing some new voices from in and around my world.

Jonathan Cliff is married to his wife Starr and they together live out their days with two sons and a daughter. Jonathan serves as one of the Pastors at Grace Community Church in Clarksville, Tennessee; where he works with leaders throughout the city to help develop Christian community that leads to deep and meaningful spiritual friendships. His journey has been an adventurous one, having served in the local church for 15 years in family ministry developing leaders, building environments for kids and students to belong, and encouraging parents to take big spiritual steps with their families.

7 Comments

  1. Virginia · August 7, 2010

    I like the simple layout. Easy on the eyes and sharp! Thanks for blogging, keep it up! A lot of us “stalkers” don’t comment, BUT, know it’s appreciated!

  2. Matt McKee · August 7, 2010

    I was thinking doing the same thing. I like it a lot.

  3. Starr · August 7, 2010

    Looks great! Now that you’ve got practice with the standard theme, can you buy one for me, design me a new look, and move me over to wordpress?

  4. sam · August 9, 2010

    Love the cotton field in your header and the one oak tree. What does it mean? It’s so beautiful and so vivid what does it mean?

    • Jonathan Cliff · August 9, 2010

      This is the backyard tree that Kenny has a picture standing next too. I further illustrates what a GIANT of a human being he is.