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  1. Is blogging on Facebook a better idea than blogging on the church website? I would also be interested in your comments about the best qualities of an effective church website. God Bless!

  2. Great post Thom. Blogging has definitely allowed me to engage more people, specifically those outside of my church.

    I focus primarily on generosity and blog at http://www.larrypoolespeaks.com.

    Great article. I look forward to sharing.

  3. I have been blogging for 4 years now and I agree with everything you said. It has also made me a better preacher and teacher because blogging forces you to hone your communication skills. My blog is at http://goodlifeblog.blogspot.com

  4. Great points! The reason I started aaronsummers.wordpress.com was because of some of these points.

  5. I am a campus pastor in a rapidly growing church in North Jersey, http://www.liquidchurch.com. I have been blogging for several years now, and I have found that it has been an incredible way for me to connect with my people. I write about faith, family and footsteps. My blog is over at http://www.petergowesky.com. I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments.

    For me, I blog on Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s. It has been a discipline that is invaluable to me in my ministry. What about you? How has it helped you grow?

  6. Good write up about Blogs. I have been working hard on keeping mine – http://www.amazeingaze.com – consistent, but it has been a challenge. Although I’ve hit Writer’s Block, I post about once every week. I’m hoping to do better. Any ideas on staying on top of this? Thanks.

  7. I have been trying to do this. http://bereannation.com is my blog site. I would welcome any coaching you might have as a brother trying to be faithful to the Lord’s call in my life.