If you’re a blogger, writer, speaker or storyteller, you sometimes get stuck for ideas and inspiration. Copyblogger’s first-ever infographic still offers timeless help for creating compelling content. Continue reading 22 Ways to Create Compelling Content
For e4e’s 2017 blog tour, I’m featuring bloggers and writers who plan to attend the Bloggers and Authors Meetup (BAM) at the U.S. Staff conference in July. I hope this blog tour will raise the excitement and interest in BAM. Continue reading BAM17 Writers’ Tour
Throughout the centuries, Christians have embraced new tools to take the message of God’s Kingdom to their known world. One of the most influential was Gutenberg’s printing press of 1450, the first ripple which would grow to today’s tsunami of digital mass communication. Continue reading Embracing New Tools for God’s Kingdom
If you didn’t know, Google’s Chrome browser has a reputation for being a memory hog. Google has been working to ease the demand Chrome puts on your computer’s resources, but you could take time for a bit of de-cluttering to help you and your computer. Continue reading Is Your Computer Slow? Maybe Chrome Is Hogging Memory and Battery.
I love photography and learning how to improve our pictures.
Of course, all missionaries use photos to tell their stories in their prayer letters. If you’re active on social media and/or a blogger, you also know that good visuals are key for social ministry. Our culture is very visual and good images carry your message a lot further.
For today’s post, I’m suggesting you learn one new photo composition rule per month. Continue reading 12 Composition Rules to Take Your Photos to the Next Level
I’ve had the privilege the last few months of working with Judy Douglass on a new look for her blog, Kindling. She is officially launching today. Continue reading JudyDouglass.com’s New Look