Whether you blog or write self-published books, you’re bound to face criticism for your writings. In fact, something is wrong if you don’t. From time to time my books get one-star reviews on Amazon, or I get scathing comments on my blog or nasty private messages, and everything in me may want to jump to […]
If there’s one thing that Amazon has helped to do, it’s to lower the bar for any and every aspiring author to reach their dreams. No longer do you have to be among the one in a thousand authors whose manuscripts a tradition publisher selects to print and publish and make money on and share […]
Be careful not to practice your righteousness on Instagram and Facebook to be seen by them and get many likes.
The following article is Dr. Stephen Crosby’s latest. We’ve had him on the podcast numerous times talking about these very issues and I think you’ll enjoy this relevant post. _______________________________________________________________ According to sociologist, Josh Packard, in his scrupulously researched book, Church Refugees, there are currently 65,000,000 believers in the USA who are “done” with church, but not […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 37:50 — 17.4MB)Subscribe to our Podcast iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscription Options Gone are the days when missionaries left their homeland to only have the chance to communicate to their friends and family via sketchy phone service and snail mail. The Internet allows instant—mobile […]
If you want your message to reach the maximum number of people, a blog is hands down the best means I know. But who’s got time? It doesn’t matter if I’m speaking with someone just starting to blog or someone who’s been building their platform for a few years, the No. 1 struggle people face […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:40:05 — 46.2MB)Subscribe to our Podcast iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscription Options This week on the podcast I have a very interesting conversation with Dan Dailey. As usually happens in internet land, I came across a blog post He wrote, wrote a response to […]
The other day I read a post by Rob Wilkerson, who is fast becoming a blogger-friend of mine in the realm of the subject of “the dones” and “organic church” or whatever term you want to use. He posted an article he titled Why We Crave Religious Systems … And Why I’m Not Leading Churches […]