1. It's expands us. It gives us opportunities to connect with people outside our city, state, and country.
2. It's convenient. We connect (read, ponder, pray, comment) on our own schedule from home during times that are best for us.
3. It's a form of community. It can't replace local community, but it provides an additional source of wisdom and "cyber fellowship."
4. It provides learning and growth. There's good information on blogs to bless and enhance our lives, spiritually, physically, and emotionally.
5. It's ministry. We can pray for our readers and ask God to guide our pens so the things we write encourage, instruct, correct, inspire, and bless others. We can also encourage other bloggers by reading and commenting on their posts.