Author Interviews – Michael Hyatt has written a good post full of tips for authors who are being interviewed. “If you are a published author—or plan to be one—you will inevitably be asked to appear on a radio, television, or Internet show to talk about your book. It’s critical that you learn to do this well. Assuming you have written a good book, nothing drives sales of it more than publicity.”
Signs Your Sermon Isn’t Going Well – Mike Wittmer offers up a top-13 list of signs that your sermon isn’t going too well.
Dear Photograph – This is an interesting project–to take a picture of a picture from the past in the present. It’s hard to explain, so you may just need to check it out.
What Kind of Theologian Are You? – Because all Christians answer questions like, “Who is God?” and “Who is Jesus?”, we’re all theologians to some degree. So what kind of theologian are you?
Should I Change My Password? – This is a handy little utility. You enter an email address you tend to use to create accounts and it will tell you if you should change your password.
What To Do With the Children? – “Summer offers a unique opportunity to do ministry together as a family. A whole lot of free time offers a whole lot of opportunities to reach out to others and minister side by side. If your kids can get a taste of the value of serving like Jesus did, they’ll be learning an important lesson.”
5 Years of Pastoring – Tim Raymond: “On April 9, 2011, I celebrated five years as Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Muncie, Indiana. As I reflect back on these past years there are five main lessons that come to mind…”
How Much to Tip – Here’s an infographic that tells you how much to tip depending on what country you are in.
Passion does not compensate for ignorance.—Samuel Chadwick