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-A Blogging Ministry Warning:

Posted by | April 28, 2010 .

My wife sent me this picture today. One must always remember to balance ministry and blogging with family or this could happen to you:  

-Internet Evangelism Day

Posted by | April 24, 2010 .

April 25 is Internet Evangelism Day for 2010. Here’s a link to the official website: Internet Evangelism Day These folks are there to help you all year long with newsletters, websites, articles, helps, and webinars all about reaching the world for Christ through the Internet. See the info. video below:

-Will the Internet make it Possible to take the Gospel to Every Nation by 2020?

Posted by | April 24, 2010 .

Image via Wikipedia Here’s is an observation made by Walt Wilson, founder and CEO of Global Media Outreach during a recent conference at Biola University: “By 2015 there will be WiFi everywhere on the face of the earth.” “We are the first generation in all of human history to hold within our hands the technology […]

-WordPress: What’s the best Caching Plugin?

Posted by | April 17, 2010 .

(Image via Wikipedia) Here’s an article at Tutorial9 that compares the speed and reliability of the most popular Caching plugins for WordPress: “WordPress Caching: What’s the best Caching Plugin?” by Kyle Robinson Young It is a comprehensive analysis of best caching plugins. Interestingly Young also presents an effective ‘do it yourself’ alternative. In his conclusions […]

-Searching for the Best Domain Names

Posted by | April 13, 2010 .

.com .net .info .org .us The right domain name is extremely important to have yet few folks spend a lot of time coming up with the best Internet address possible for their blog or ministry site. Remember, you have to live with the domain address and your target audience needs to be able to find […]

-11 tips for Good writing

Posted by | April 10, 2010 .

3d puppet with a pen from Crestock Stock Photos Here’s an article by Dean Rieck @ Copyblogger: “11 Smart Tips for Brilliant Writing” The 11 tips: 1. Have something to say 2. Be specific 3. Choose simple words 4. Write short sentences 5. Use the active voice 6. Keep paragraphs short 7. Eliminate fluff words […]

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