Over the past few months, two projects have come open for me to participate in from a web design and blogging opportunity.

I have been assisting in the development and strategy of the internet side of a Charlotte, NC based ministry, CSO, or Church Sports Outreach. The site is not yet fully functional, but enough is complete to where you should get an idea about what all is involved. CSO is a discipleship ministry, using sports, that is focused on assisting the local church to use sports to carry out the “Great Commission”, to teach the gospel and to make disciples. CSO is unique in its approach to developing long-term relationships with local churches, in order to assist them in setting up sports specific programs that have ministry uses.

Check it out: Church Sports Outreach (CSO).

Also, in recent weeks, I have become a fan blogger fo America Online’s (AOL) Fanhouse. Essentially, AOL has recruited blogging fans of NFL and college football teams, who were previously blogging about their teams independently, and has given them tools and massive amounts of exposure to blog exclusively on their site. I will be blogging about the Clemson University Tigers (3-1 so far this season, and ranked in the top 20), and ACC football more generally.

Check that out too: Clemson on AOL Fanhouse

Clemson running down the hill before last Saturday’s game vs. the University of North Carolina, and the day to honor the 25th anniversary of the 1981 National Championship team. The Tigers won 52-7.