Guam Christian Blog – Featured Blogger of the Week August 9, 2019

I decided to go with a blogger who has a Guam connection for this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week – Guam Christian Blog I will post my link to Guam in another post although it’s an indirect link. I have never visited Guam, but would love to one day.

From the blog –

Hi my Name is Bruce Dinsman (the older guy second from the right above).

I am a 60 year old Christian Man, married 37 years with 3 grown children, 1 of whom is still at home going to college. I retired from the US Navy after 20 years in 1996. We have been residing on the island of Guam since 1990.


See Bruce’s Amazon Author Page: Bruce’s Amazon Author Page

Bruce’s Facebook

1 Year Bible on Bruce’s Amazon

Bruce’s Twitter:

Instagram: dinsmanbruce


I have re-blogged some of their posts – as well as

One of several things I like about their blog is the Welcome All Nations posts – I haven’t started doing that on my blog yet, but once I get enough viewers, that will change. It’s one of the few areas on my Statistics section I check out.

I appreciate willingness to share Bible verses and some of the things that involve his Christian faith.  I appreciate the social media links and the links to Bruce’s Amazon page.

Past Featured Bloggers of the Week:





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