Hello. I am William T. Chaney Jr.and my personal mission statement is to call Prodigal sons and daughters into a life changing, grace empowered discipleship with Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Making Disciples blog is a place where I share my leadership, discipleship , church revitalization and worship insights as I pursue my God given mission.

9 Responses to “About”

  1. Wisam Says:

    I would like to advertise using text link ad on your blog roll if that is ok for you, as you see the site is related to the topic of your website

    Would you please send me your contact info to negotiate that

    best regareds

  2. Warren S. Beaven Says:

    Dear Rev. Chaney:

    I just opened my Sept-Oct issue of the Interpreter (while I was put on hold on the telephone), and saw the words “West Baltimoire United Methodist” in bold print.
    West Baltimore is my home church (along with Emora Brannan)

    I am serving a church near the western end of Long Island that is facing some of the same issues that West Balto. has faced over the last 30 years, although the impact has not hit here as yet. I have heard good things about your ministry through the Higdons and others. I will track your blog with interest.

    God bless you and the congregation. Please say “Hi” for my father, brother Brian, and myself.

    Warren Beaven (Deacons orders in the Balt-Wash Conference in 1968)

  3. Forrest Says:

    Hi there, just have a quick question about a picture on your site.

    I’m createing a poster about human rights for school and i was wondering where you got that picture of marin luthor king.

    I would really like to use it.



  4. rfister Says:

    I love your blog page, I recently started one and am having a little trouble getting some things to work. How did you add your tags? I would appreciate the help! I have the latest version of wordpress

  5. pistolpete Says:

    Your blog looks great. I am a pastor on Long Island doing what I can to let God revitalize the folks here. I love to blog and plan to make you a “Fuel My Blog” friend.

    Keep up the good service.

  6. I have read, with interest, you posting of the three pillars of transformation (wordpress.com)and would like your permission to copy this in our regional church’s (Christian Church [Disciples of Christ] in Oklahoma) newsletter on congregational transformation (with proper credit to you, of course). Will you grant me that permission?

    Thank you

  7. Steven Says:

    What a refreshing blog to come across as my church is coming to a crossroads in regards to its viability and future. We’re starting to take a hard look at how we can revitalize the church and increase membership and many of your posts are quite helpful to get us started in the right direction.

  8. Hi William,

    I am coordinating online marketing for the United Methodist Church’s Haiti Emergency Relief initiative. We are in the process of creating a new related links section on UMC.org and would like to link to the Making Disciples blog.

    I was wondering if it’s possible for you to also post a link back to UMC.org/haiti to help raise funds for the Haiti earthquake disaster on your blog.

    Please let me know if this is something you can help with. I have banner images I can send if you would like them. Thanks for your support!

    Melissa Rymer
    Online Marketing Associate
    United Methodist Communications

    1. I just got this today. I will be willing to participate in future endeavorers if you email me. Thank you

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