How To Start Blogging

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by Fr. John A. Peck

Here at the Preachers Institute, we don’t believe in half measures. We also believe that practice makes permanent.

There is no doubt that blogging can help your preaching if you are a clergyman. If you are not a clergyman, blogging can help your preaching.

What if you are not a lay preacher? Blogging can help your teaching.

Blogging  pastorally and consistently is a powerful discipline.

If you haven’t blogged for awhile, sign up. Send us your name, blog title and blog address. We’ll publish daily topics, just in case you get stuck.

If you don’t have a blog, get our guide “The Orthodox Guide to Pastoral Blogging.” In this guide, you’ll be shown step by step how to start a blog, and multitudes of ideas for blogging on. We make it easy for you to do well.

Finally, if you have participated in our 30 (40) Days of Blogging Challenge before, sign up now. Your readers are coming to expect your daily labor which brings so much fruit. This is not a distraction, but life-giving words of wisdom. Yes, it matters.

Again, 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.

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

November 14th is the deadline for signing up. Just use the Contact Form to let us know you want in. Sign up 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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