A New Look

June 28, 2010 — 8 Comments

I felt that is is high time that I had a new look, even if the look lasts only a few days. There’s a lot of “bugs” hanging around, but that’s to be expected on any website that’s been through as many changes as this one has. But if you find anything major that is needing my attention, please comment here or contact me directly.

You’ll notice the front page proves to be a little more suited to my current writing style. It may change a bit in time, but I like the featured article idea more than the average blog idea that I’ve had for quite some time. We will see where it goes.

I’ve also put up a revised “about” page that will be altered in the near future, but if you want to read basically what I wrote about myself at age 15, you can click over there. You’ll also notice easier access to the archives, which I recommend you read, laugh at, and enjoy.

God Bless,
Tim Sweetman

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Tim Sweetman is a young writer, blogger, and student who lives near our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. He has been much more widely known by his “code-name,” Agent Tim. This name also served as the name of his popular blog, which received over 750,000 visits between 2005 to 2007. In 2005, he quickly rose to become a leading teenage spokesperson and cultural critic within the booming blogosphere, taking on issues such as MySpace, alcohol, homeschooling, pride, racism, tolerance, and other topics relating to our culture today. His blog has come to the attention of people such as Albert Mohler, C.J. Mahaney, Alex and Brett Harris, and La Shawn Barber. Tim’s written work has appeared in Lifeway’s Living With Teenagers (February 2012), Lookout Magazine, FUSION Magazine, The Brink Online, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, Virtue Magazine, Regenerate Our Culture Online Magazine, and on many other blogs and websites across the internet like Marry Well and the Lies Young Women Believe Blog. He has also been featured in WORLD Magazine, The Towers Magazine, and Maryland Newsline. He is scheduled to have an article appear in Veritas Magazine this December. Most recently, his work can be found on Focus on the Family’s Boundless Webzine. His personal interests include writing (surprise!) and sports, both watching and playing. He is a die-hard Washington Redskins fan.

8 responses to A New Look

  1. And you can comment. Sweetness.

  2. Love the new look:) Looking forward to the new articles!!!!

  3. Tim, I love the new look of your site. It is definitely easier to read and navigate. Has your blogroll section been taken out from your site now as well?

  4. Thanks John. The blogroll is actually being revamped/redone at the moment. It should be up again on the sidebar by the end of this week. Thanks for asking!

  5. Change is good! I did like the old look but your current look it the trend of blogs.

    Timotheus

  6. I don’t know how it looked before,but I really like it! I just found the link to your blog on The Rebelution site. I’m a rebelutionary who dosen’t often get to talk to other rebelutionaries. I live in a small retirement/tourist town and I attend a small church with lovely elders. So,reading Brett and Alex’s blog and now your blog is very encouraging. It’s nice to know that their really are other young Christians out there who are living bold lives. And I’m blessed to get a glimspe. I’ve been reading your blog everytime I’ve gotten a change these past few days. ~Thank you so much!

  7. Monica,
    That is super encouraging to hear. There are so many other young people just like you! I know I don’t write nearly as much as I’d like to. You can find a lot of past material either in the archives here, or on Boundless.org’s website (just search my name). Hopefully there are some encouraging articles to be found there that would be particularly helpful to you. Keep serving the Savior Monica!

    God bless,
    Tim Sweetman

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