Help Me Rename the Blog

I’ve gone through several themes with this blog and the one you see now is the latest change. I’ve never been a fan of the name. The number one complaint I’ve had is that it’s too long.  I’ve run through several options myself but nothing has really stuck. So I’m throwing it out to my readers. For the next few weeks I’m asking for your suggestions for what you think would be a good name for this blog. I’ll be on vacation from the 11th through the 19th but I’ll have someone moderate the comments so you can see what’s coming in. When I get back we’ll run the top suggestions by my coworkers and management to decide on a winner. I’m working on a prize for the winner. I should have details for you within the next couple of days. If you’re a regular reader you will have a better idea of the kind of posts we do. It would be nice if we can keep “Baker” in the title. Otherwise everything else is free to go. Let’s have fun with it. I look forward to your suggestions.


About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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9 Responses to Help Me Rename the Blog

  1. Kevin Fiske says:

    For starters, here are a few ideas I’ve come up with:

    “Baker Housepitality”
    (Intentional misspelling, but highlights the resources that will serve individuals and churches from BBH.)

    “Baker Bulletin”

    “Portico: Inside the Baker Book House”

    “Baker’s Bridge” of “The Baker Bridge”
    (Retains the connection/connecting theme, and provides an avenue to updates from the BBH.)

    “Housewares: A Baker Book House Blog”
    (This one focuses on the resources that Baker publishes and provides…news pertaining to books and/or happenings at BBH that serve to build/edify the individual or church.)


  2. In order to come up with a name we need to know your target audience and purpose of the blog…can you describe that?


    • Louis says:

      Hi G.A.
      Good question. This is a business blog more than a personal one. The target audience is pastors, small group leaders and lay readers with an academic interest. I provide updates on forthcoming titles and reflections on new releases along with commentary on events around the web. The topics tend to be theology, apologetics, philosophy, church history and biblical studies.


  3. Baker Book Bytes


  4. Michael Daykin says:

    Baker Areopagus


  5. Kevin Fiske says:

    Baker Bookshelf

    Baker Endcaps (as in the featured content usually finds its way to an endcap.

    Sentio Baker or Baker Sentio – latin for experience…the blog allows church leaders and consumers to experience the latest resources from Baker as well as important happenings around the web.


  6. J.D. says:

    BBH Connection. It seems that this blog base is so much larger and incorporates that, shortens the name and you could still spell out what BBH is in a bio, etc.


  7. Kevin Fiske says:

    Herman’s Heritage (in light of the continuing vision of Herman Baker to offer/publish/discuss resources that are “conservative, scholarly, biblical, timeless)

    Baker Book Talk

    The Storefront (or Baker Storefront or BBH Storefront)


  8. Kevin Fiske says:

    Probably my last idea: Baker Connect


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