Tagged: blogging

Watch out for church planters blogging

Pastors who are planting churches in the 21st century, (some of them anyways,) are inviting people to follow along as things unfold in the process. They used to call it progress reports, but that sounds oh-so formal. Now it’s in the genre...

Recalibrating my blogging pace

Summer wraps up its hey days. September comes around to launch a new school year. Setting the pace of life back to that normal routine for 9 months. Now I find myself blogging at a different pace: it’s looking like once or...

Today marks 12 years of blogging!

The universe conspires in our favor sometimes. In an effort to save a botched attempt at a #85ctweetup video chat, because some coffee shop didn’t have wifi (in this day and age, can you believe it?!) … I did connect with @alisa_m_...

connecting with multiethnic church bloggers

Looking for active bloggers who are multiethnic church leaders? Why blogs and bloggers? Because they’re most findable via search engines, more sharable with many people on the open internet over a longer period of time, and they [potentially] can say a lot...

hot tips for great team blogging

What are the keys to effective team blogs, those blogs with multiple contributors? The most popular blog tools have the functionality for it: 1 blog with multiple authors. Some of the most popular blogs are team blogs, like Gizmodo [14], TechCrunch [7],...

to Texas and back

Thrilled to be in Dallas this week for the Ideation Experience hosted by Leadership Network. I didn’t spend much time at the laptop keyboard and made most of my time with f2f conversations. For great notes on the process of ideation and...

sticking a fork into my lifestreaming

Steve Rubel (formerly of Micro Persuasion) is one of those “A-list” bloggers, and he explained “why I am forking my content“. He signed off his main blog with: So Long Blogging, Hello Lifestreaming! I’ve started to put my content into several different...

sharing content before the book publishes

While the publishing process still has its mystique, and each publishing house has its own style and approach, the writing process is usually a closed and mysterious too, with its content closely guarded until it’s published (and sold), since people are paying...