Have you ever wanted to send a nice looking ezine to your church members or others on your e-mail list. Maybe you’ve thought about sending a monthly or weekly e-mail with a devotional thought and announcements of your churches activities. If you’ve tried this you’ve discovered how challenging it can be to make your message look better than just a regular e-mail message? Well, here’s a handy tool. Judy’s EZ Ezine Template is a tool that will help you with the layout of your ezine and keep it orderly. This handy web-based tool will give your ezine a little polish. Give it a whirl and if you have any suggestions leave a comment. I just might share your suggestion here in the near future.
What would you pay for a word processor, a spreadsheet program, an HTML editor, a presentation program, and a drawing program? I’m talking about a complete office suite that rivals the power of Microsoft Office. You got it–how does free sound?
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The Klez.E worm has been around for a while but you may not have known about it. I’m still receiving this worm in my e-mail and I’ve had folks ask me about it, so I thought it might be fitting to point you to a few resources.
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“There is a story about four preachers discussing the merits of the various translations of the Bible. One liked the King James Version best because of its beautiful, older, English. Another liked the New American Standard version best because it was closer to the original languages. Still another liked the New International Version because of its up-to-date vocabulary. The fourth minister was silent for a moment, then said, “I like my mother’s translation best.” Surprised, the other three men said they didn’t know his mother had translated the Bible. “Yes,” he replied. “She translated it into life, and it was the most convincing translation I ever saw.” [Read more…] about Blessings of a Godly Mother
…And got answers I didn’t expect.
Most pastors, if not all pastors, want to improve their preaching. We read books about preaching. We subscribe to Christian literature to equip and motivate us in our preaching. We attend seminars and conferences to make us better preachers. How often though, do we actually spend quality time in prayer for our preaching? This article at Leadership Journal may encourage you as it has me to spend more time in specific prayer about your preaching.
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My brother, Ken, posted this article recently which I’ve re-published here with his permission. He states very well his family’s reasons for teaching their children at home and I couldn’t say it any better. Be sure to check out his site soon.
Ken says “We train our children at home”…
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