My Interview on “The Praise Dance Life” hosted by Jocelyn Richard
I had privilege of being interviewed by Minister Jocelyn Richard, host of The Praise Dance Life. I have nothing but love and respect for this awesome woman of God. She is an anointed dancer, teacher, evangelist that shares gifts with others. This session of The Praise Dance Life was on “blogging & ministry”. I was humbled & honored to speak on the subject.
Here is a timeline of the discussion. Or you can click on the player below to listen to it here. At the end, Jocelyn gave me the opportunity to mention some projects I have coming in 2010….what she doesn’t mention are the products she currently has available….check them out:
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[0:00] – Intro of discussion on "Blogging for Ministry" by Minister Jocelyn
[1:36] – Summarized the purpose and vision of Paneh Praise Dance & Mime Ministry
[3:40] – Why did I start blogging?
[5:20] – Why should someone else start a blog?1
[8:33] – How to get started?2
[14:38] – How many people follow the blog 3
[18:00] – Shared additional tips & encouragement for ministry bloggers
[19:10] – What can we expect in from Paneh in 20104
I mentioned a couple very successful blogs that are at the top of their respective niche. In case you missed them, they were:
(A “techie” blog) – News for Nerds…stuff that matters
(A blog about social media)
If you would like more information on the E-book I mentioned, you can sign up here
I also mentioned my other blog and pledged to take my own advice and commit more time to the development of this site.
Social media & modern technology has allowed us to connect and share information even though we have yet to meet face to face.
Update: Fellow blogger, Peter, the voice behind Bible Money Matters recently released an e-book called Blueprint for How to Make Money With a Blog. Pete outlines what he did to sucessfully replace his wives full time income with his blogging activities. If you want to get started blogging, this is a great resource to outline the steps.
What about you? How are you using social media? Do you have a blog?
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