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Infographic: Tips for Writing a Devotion

My friend Kelly McCausey challenged her blog readers to create an infographic. I thought it sounded like fun and  created the one below. Click on the image to view a bigger version. I would love to hear your thoughts especially since it was my first time creating one. … [Read More...]

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Understanding Your Web Analytics: Part 2 – The Terminology

When analyzing web traffic you may find many terms you are not familiar with.  Many people just give up trying to understand their web stats just because they don’t understand the terminology.   Take time to learn web analytic terms to help grow your blog & ultimately your influence online. … [Read More...]

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Understanding Your Web Analytics : Part 1

If you have blog or website you probably have some sort of means to track the amount of web traffic you get to that site. If you don’t, you need to have something installed that will help you determine what on your site is working for you and what is not. Analyzing your web traffic is called … [Read More...]

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How to Find Free Christian Images for Your Blog

Finding good free Christian images for blog posts can be a real pain. You have to be careful browsing “free” stock photo websites. Use the wrong picture and you could end up with a letter from some not-so-nice lawyers… Fortunately, there are a few places where you can find great images to use for … [Read More...]

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Recent Devotions

Have you been there?  Almost everyone around you is praising God because of some great blessing and you feel skipped over.  All your friends are in blissful relationships while you keep getting rejected.  You have been dealing with sickness for years Read More -->

This, then, is how you should pray: ‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us Read More -->

Today, I wrote another paragraph of my epitaph. You see, tonight I am more of what I will become than I was last night–this week than last; this year than any previous. I just cannot help “becoming”. It is ultimate and unavoidable. Every day I live I Read More -->