I’m sure by now most of you are aware of The Blessing by Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes. This beautiful song went viral in a short period of time. This video could be a great opportunity for deeper spiritual conversations and for building online communities. How can we seize these opportunities? Continue reading How Do We Seize Viral Opportunities for Christ? (Guest Post)
Five tips from a professional photographer for taking an outdoor portrait. Continue reading 5 Things to Remember when Taking an Outdoor Portrait (Guest Post)
Many of your friends, acquaintances, and associates are active on different social media sites. You’ll want to be on social media to make new friends, to minister to others professionally and/or spiritually, and to let your financial partners know you (and your family and ministry) better. This post will help you have a feel for the different platforms and where you might be able to build an online ministry. Continue reading How to Choose Your Social Media Platforms by Your Audience
I personally checked these 16 free stock photo sites to see which might be useful to locate images for your blog. I’ve written a little assessment for each one. Continue reading 16 Free Stock Photo Sites to Find Images for Your Blog
How large photos affect your emails, printed letters, and blogs. How to compress photos and why you should. Continue reading When Photos are TOO Big
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