Online Publicity – PR 2.0 is the way to go! The internet is not going away. You’ve got to embrace. The Michigan Chronicle is even online and some of the editors blog there! So, how do you as an author or an aspiring – use the internet to the max? Here some tips: 1. Write a web site plan. Know what you want it to do before you build a site. Create a favorable buying experience for your ministry products. Make the web site easy...

By: Dr. Mike Murdock ISBN 1-56394-078-7 Book Price: $10.00 Dynamic wisdom expert in tremendous demand Dr. Mike Murdock is in tremendous demand as a dynamic speaker. More than 17,000 audiences in over 100 countries have attended his conventions. He has written over 250 books, including many best sellers, and thousands view his weekly television program. Many attend his schools of wisdom that he hosts in major cities. The Spirit, the Assignment ...

Courage and Hope in the Midst of Persecution C. Hope Flinchbaugh’s “I’ll Cross the River” is a fictional account of the heart rending drama taking place in North Korea today. Her novel is a composite of stories drawn from real life testimonies and interviews of refuges and persecuted Chinese Christians near the border of North Korea. “I’ll Cross the River” is based on the lives of two women and two int...

“Whether or not we think we can benefit from criticism, we are all going to get plenty of it and we might as well learn how to handle it effectively. Shame and anger will inevitably be involved and those powerful emotional responses so confuse and overwhelm our experience of criticism that we will have difficulty responding objectively and effectively.” (p. 21) Shame and anger are powerful, basic emotions that often haunt and tortu...

For a show that was promoted as being about nothing, the sitcom Seinfeld sure did touch on many different issues. The most well-known themes involved relationship troubles, problems with co-workers, and learning how to live peacefully among the many eccentric citizens of New York City. One of the often overlooked characteristics of the show was its literary emphasis, a rare component in most modern sitcoms. The title character was a comedian, ...

How to Use Web 2.0 to Get PR 2.0 For Your Book Or Ministry
Books / June 21, 2017

Online Publicity – PR 2.0 is the way to go! The internet is not going away. You’ve got to embrace. The Michigan Chronicle is even online and some of the editors blog there! So, how do you as an author or an aspiring – use the internet to the max? Here some tips: 1. Write a web site plan. Know what you want it to do before you build a site. Create a favorable buying experience for your ministry products. Make the web...

Christian Life Destiny Book Review – The 3 Most Important Things In Your Life
Books / June 21, 2017

By: Dr. Mike Murdock ISBN 1-56394-078-7 Book Price: $10.00 Dynamic wisdom expert in tremendous demand Dr. Mike Murdock is in tremendous demand as a dynamic speaker. More than 17,000 audiences in over 100 countries have attended his conventions. He has written over 250 books, including many best sellers, and thousands view his weekly television program. Many attend his schools of wisdom that he hosts in major cities. The Spirit, the A...

Book Review – I’ll Cross the River by C Hope Finchbaugh
Books / June 21, 2017

Courage and Hope in the Midst of Persecution C. Hope Flinchbaugh’s “I’ll Cross the River” is a fictional account of the heart rending drama taking place in North Korea today. Her novel is a composite of stories drawn from real life testimonies and interviews of refuges and persecuted Chinese Christians near the border of North Korea. “I’ll Cross the River” is based on the lives of two women a...

Book Review – Shame and Anger – The Criticism Connection by Brock Hansen, LCSW
Books / June 20, 2017

“Whether or not we think we can benefit from criticism, we are all going to get plenty of it and we might as well learn how to handle it effectively. Shame and anger will inevitably be involved and those powerful emotional responses so confuse and overwhelm our experience of criticism that we will have difficulty responding objectively and effectively.” (p. 21) Shame and anger are powerful, basic emotions that often haunt...

Nine Classic Books Mentioned In Seinfeld Episodes
Books / June 20, 2017

For a show that was promoted as being about nothing, the sitcom Seinfeld sure did touch on many different issues. The most well-known themes involved relationship troubles, problems with co-workers, and learning how to live peacefully among the many eccentric citizens of New York City. One of the often overlooked characteristics of the show was its literary emphasis, a rare component in most modern sitcoms. The title character was a ...