Email List for Aspiring Christian Bloggers

In some ways, I’ve always been an aspiring blogger. At the same time, certain questions have kept coming to mind.

  • Can growing your blog glorify God? (Yes, if that blog glorifies God.)
  • Is it okay for Christians to also purse the benefits of blogging, such as influence, income and networking contacts? (Yes, if one receives these as gifts from God and uses them for his kingdom.)
  • Is blog promotion possible without pride and self-promotion? (Yes, if the content is honestly useful, true, and beneficial to the readers.)

When I think about the potential of Internet publishing, I realize we’re living in unique times. Blogging is one obvious way to interject truth into the global conversation. That’s why I want to help you grow your blog.

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6 Responses to Email List for Aspiring Christian Bloggers

  1. Tony, I would love to get the newsletter. What a great way to pick your brain without meeting you or extensive e-mails. Thanks for offering this

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  2. Thanks for your willingness to do this. I look forward to learning from you as this is a whole new world to me.

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  3. Tony Kummer says:

    @Stan McCullars: Just use the form to add your name. I hope I can share some things worth knowing. Initially I want to walk through some case studies of my own blogs and talk about big mistakes and accidental wins.

    Thanks for the encouragement.

  4. Please sign me up for your newsletter. Thanks.

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  5. John says:

    It’s a great idea, and I’m sure your willingness to help will be appreciated. I wonder if might have time to actually view blogs and give specific suggestions?

    Thank you

  6. Tony Kummer says:

    @John: Great idea. That’s something that I would love to do, for now I’m going to review my own blogs. I think most of the things I’ve done right and wrong are fairly common. Thanks for your interest.

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