Social Reflection

Social Reflection

Have you ever been told you can see where your heart is at by how you spend your money? The idea goes that where one spends their money is where their heart is housed. And after a fashion, I think this correct, however, there is a better way to examine one’s heart...
16 Ways to Climb Over Writer’s Block

16 Ways to Climb Over Writer’s Block

Everyone who’s ever written for any length of time has encountered writer’s block. It’s the inevitable consequence of placing words on a page (or screen). For those trying to develop consistent content for their blog or website, this can be frustrating and even...
6 Ways to Be More Charitable Online

6 Ways to Be More Charitable Online

As Christmas approaches, most people look for ways to show kindness and charity. We may slip some change in the Salvation Army bucket outside the grocery store, buy gifts for a needy child, or bake cookies for a lonely neighbor. But have you put thought into how you...
Build a Community Around Your Idea

Build a Community Around Your Idea

Most social media strategists tell authors to spend their time building a following for their platform. “Create a Facebook page and Twitter account!” “Increase your followers!” “Get more email subscribers.” As I learn more about...
3 Harsh Realities About Building an Online Platform

3 Harsh Realities About Building an Online Platform

The idea of Christians building an “online platform” makes some people squirm. I get it, and you can read what I wrote about that here. But this post isn’t about that. Perhaps you’re just setting out to build an online platform of some kind....