While styles, methods and technologies for communicating have changed considerably from the days of papyrus and clay tablets, many communication principles are unaltered. In this digital age we can learn a thing or two from Solomon. [Read more…] Continue reading Our Words Can Harm or Heal (Guest Post)
Solomon’s words from 1000 B.C. are very relevant for today’s connected world, Like Solomon, our words, often flung into cyberspace, reach out to the inexperienced, the naïve, the wise, and the discerning. Our advice can teach discretion to someone who is either young in years or young in faith.
Who do you write for? Do you encourage a friend with a text or an eMail? Are you sharing in a blog or prayer letter with your financial partners the lessons you’ve learned from life and from the Bible? Have you posted links on Facebook and Twitter about injustices? Why are you sharing these truths, and your heart? Continue reading How to Post like Solomon
Guest Post from Marilyn Adamson, director of EveryStudent.com, StartingwithGod.com, and MarilynAdamson.com New Blog Ministers to 1000s of New Believers So far, about 30,000 people have signed up for “The Spiritual Starter Kit” or other emails series that we offer on EveryStudent.com and … Continue reading New Blog Ministers to 1000s of New Believers (Guest Post)
I like to write about my thoughts on God and life with less of a blubbering mess and more of a beautiful mess by combining a little bit of grace with a little bit of truth followed by a little bit of editing. Then a blog post is born… (read more) Continue reading Don’t Lose Your Voice
This Facebook group is for Campus Crusade for Christ staff and friends who already blog for ministry or want to learn how. We can learn from each other about how we disciple believers, connect with unbelievers and/or with our supporters. Continue reading Blogging for Ministry in Community
Authenticity. Transparency. Transformational community. There are many ways to describe real, raw, life-changing ministry as it takes place in the context of relationship. But what if we experience that same life-changing ministry from the comfort of our computers? Continue reading How Broken is Your Blog?