This is more of a tease because these are not my tips but I like my fellow blogger and fellow Christian Lily Pierce's tips for improving your blogging style and potentially increasing your audience. I have already started to put some of her suggestions into practice and feel it has improved by writing style. Thanks … Continue reading Blogging Tips
I'm writing this post in response to a comment by blogger christenfindenruhe to my post on John the Baptist. To give a quick summary the post analyzed the answers that Jesus addressed to the crowds about the questions they had about the authenticity of John the Baptist's ministry and his credibility as a prophet. Jesus … Continue reading We All Have Doubts
For those who are interested in developing their writing into a career or even just a side gig to make some extra money I have provided below some links to organizations that pay for you to write for them. *Please note this is not an endorsement of these organizations or their theology. This is a … Continue reading Christian Writers – Want to Get Paid to Write? Here are Some Links to Help You
I thought it might be helpful to provide some links for unpaid work for Christian writers, which you could use to help build your audience and expand your network. Please find below some Christian websites that accept unsolicited work. Please note that these links are not endorsement of any of these organizations or their theology … Continue reading Christian Websites (non-paid) that are Looking for Content
The title of this post is a paraphrase of the question that is posited by Jesus Christ to those around him after John the Baptist (who is in prison at this time) sends his disciples to Jesus to try to determine whether or not Jesus is the Messiah that John had prophesied about (Matthew 11:2-3). … Continue reading What Did you Come Here to See?
Something has always bothered me about Judas Iscariot and I don't just mean because he betrayed my Lord. I am perplexed about Jesus' decision to appoint Judas as one of the twelve apostles. Now, Jesus is perfect and doesn't make mistakes so it was no mistake that he picked Judas to be one of the … Continue reading Et tu Judas?
Imagine if you will that you are sitting in a pew at the front of your church and watching the parishioners as they put their tithes in the offertory plate. You see a well-dressed man drop three hundred-dollar bills into the plate. Right behind comes a woman, not so well-dressed, she puts a fifty-dollar bill … Continue reading On Giving All You’ve Got