Maybe Twitter’s not all shallow and narcissistic after all…
We Like things on Facebook all the time. What does that do to us?
There are big challenges (and big potential) in using technology to encourage prayer. See more from Adam Jeske, at Executing Ideas, on Patheos.com.
Urbana turned a corner with social media in 2012. Read why.
It used to be that to help your favorite author, there was one action step: buy their book. Not so anymore. In the new media landscape, with more authors than ever (and therefore more books than ever), authors need help from their friends. I’ve been thinking about this a lot because our book comes out […]
Yesterday, I wrote a post about why we wrote our book. Today, I want to share how I think about self-promotion, about marketing a project that’s very much about my wife and me. I’ve heard people say… “I’m just can’t talk about myself like that.” “I’m afraid of rejection.” And most damning, “It feels icky.” […]
My first book is coming out in a couple weeks (This Ordinary Adventure: Settling Down Without Settling). I co-wrote this book with my lovely wife, who wrote another book a couple years ago. I helped as a quasi-agent for that project. We also write a biweekly column for Relevant and contribute to their print magazine. […]
About a year and a half ago, Jeff Goins called me. We talked about writing, about being freelancers, about our day jobs with InterVarsity and Adventures in Missions. Since then we’ve kept up the way one can now through social media, occasional comments on one another’s blogs, some retweets, and a bit of witty banter. […]
There is a quiet movement afoot. Last week, 120 younger leaders in the evangelical movement got together in Madison, WI. I was privileged to be one of them. This was the first of several “younger leader gatherings” that the Lausanne movement is pulling together in each of the regions of the world. We started from […]
Don Miller was speechless. Just before Blue Like Jazz opened, I interviewed Don. I knew he and director Steve Taylor wanted to make people laugh. I’d seen the film, and I thought they did a pretty good job. “So Don, why aren’t Christians funny? Why isn’t the church known for being a place […]