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Great blogs are great communities. Great communities form when there is communication and common passion. I write about books, theology, technology, media, ministry, church, and culture. Some of the things I write about are humorous. Some are serious. I write about abstract, philosophical ideas and concrete, practical approaches to the Christian life. I know there are other people reading my blog who have something important to say, even if it is a word of encouragement like, "nice thoughts" or a brief disagreement, like, "you suck". I'd prefer the former to the latter. Let me know you're there. Be part of creating a community by leaving a comment.
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6. Form a Partnership
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7. Invite Me to Guest Blog
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8. Hire Me
I like to write. Getting paid helps me to put more time in to reading and writing. Contact me if you're looking for someone to create content, read/edit/respond to a manuscript, or compose supplementary material for something you are working on, such as discussion/study questions.