I discovered a new podcast recently. Ligonier Ministries launched Luther: In Real Time on October 10th. This podcast is a “radio drama” of Dr. Martin Luther’s life 500 years ago. The new episodes air on the 500th anniversary of specific events in Luther’s life. This Ligonier podcast gave me a few ideas for podcasts using a timeline, drama and/or storytelling. Continue reading Creative Podcast Ideas for Ministry
I marveled at the Holy Spirit’s creativity to draw her attention to Jesus through art. Continue reading Art and the Holy Spirit (Guest Post)
Recently a friend of mine gave me some painful, but perhaps truthful advice: “Stop preaching so much on Facebook, I find it offensive.” Ouch. That hurt. But rather than send back a quick, “Look! I’ll post what I want, when I want” reply, I considered her words. I prayed about them. I let them sink in. I talked with a couple of other friends and then I did what I thought I didn’t have the courage to do: I took her advice. Continue reading “Am I Too Loud or Not Loud Enough? (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
I’m offering Best of Tours, a weekly road trip to top posts from Campus Crusade for Christ bloggers. Guest Post Tours are local stops to the guests and authors who have posted at eQuipping for eMinistry. I’ve changed Out of This World Tours to feature staff who are guest authors on other blogs. Continue reading Inaugural Blog Tour 2010
Using comments, links, and quest posts to build relationships (non-bloggers can build relationships through commenting on blogs) Continue reading A Blogger’s Journey, Part 4: Building Relationships (Guest Post)