Out of coffee…

The Australia Day long weekend usually marks the time Coffee with the King emerges from its summer slumber. During that slumber, however, it became increasingly clear to me that I couldn’t keep up with the schedule for at least the coming six months. An increase in other work commitments – and a nearly dry pool of previous material I can use with minimal reworking – means I’ll have to put this project on hold for a while, unfortunately.

The archive will, of course, remain here. And every so often, I’ll post things – including (hopefully) a short video teaching series being recorded in March. If you’d like to be notified when this happens, simply subscribe to the blog and you’ll be emailed automatically.

Thanks for your support over the past two-and-a-half years, and I hope to return to the project in the future.

Tim.

7 thoughts on “Out of coffee…

  1. Ross McKenzie says:

    Thanks so much for all your hard work. Unbelievable clarity, accessibility and helpfulness!! You deserve a break and in the mean time I’ll be trawling through the archives. Thanks again.

  2. Niicci says:

    Thanks for the inspiration Tim!! Your insights will definitely be missed here. Look forward to your return in the future.

  3. Sherif says:

    Thanks for all the resources so far Tim! I’ve really been enjoying them. Hope all he other commitments work or (and you eventually come back!)

    Thanks again

  4. Robyn Bowman says:

    I have loved Coffee with the King and recommended it to many friends. I will miss you. God bless with all the other things that are happening with you.

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