Get Ready for the 30(40) Days of Blogging

by Fr. John A. Peck


It’s that time of year – and what a time!

November 15th, 2014 marks the 5th year of our annual blogging exercise, The 30(40) Days of Blogging, for priests, deacons, bishops, pastors, laymen, or anyone else who would like to get started in Christian Blogging.

We are only three weeks away!

There is a greater need for good, consistent pastoral blogging than ever before, and there is no need to wait until the last minute to get ready. Now, more than ever, we need prayerful, Scripturally-obedient Orthodox blogging! The world needs more discussion and writing on how Christ changes lives, how the Scriptures come alive and what a Christian is and isn’t.

For brand new bloggers, this is the best time of year to make the effort, with fellow priests and pastors from around the country, as we count down the days of Advent and provide our readers with valuable insights, stories, anecdotes and teachings that will help make their preparations for Nativity more special, and more holy, than ever.

We strongly recommend that you start with our Ebook “The Orthodox Guide to Pastoral Blogging.”

It is also available on Amazon Kindle HERE.

The Orthodox Guide To Pastoral BloggingHundreds of others have already used this simple manual to get a blog up and running in minutes, and provided them with weeks of ideas and material for their blogs.

If you do NOT already have a blog, our ebook will provide you with the step by step instructions to set one up and get started right away.

If you DO already have a blog, start getting yourself ready now. 

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November 14th is the deadline for signing up. Just use the Contact Form to send me the following:

Your Name
The Name of your Blog
The Link/URL Address

This is a commitment, so get ready to do some serious work, BUT much of it can be done and scheduled in advance (see the book!).

Make a great commitment to the Great Commission – get your guide and get ready to blog now!

About Fr. John A. Peck

Director of the Preachers Institute, priest in the Orthodox Church in America, award-winning graphic designer and media consultant, and non-profit administrator.
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