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Sunday, July 24, 2005

4 Ways Blogging Can Change Your Church...

[Great article in Lifeway magazine, by Ken Gosnell -- hat-tip E-vangelism.com & eQuip]

The April 5th issue of Business Week magazine had as their cover topic "Blogs will change your business." The article was both interesting and thought provoking. The article focused on the trend of blogging and how businesses will need to tap into this tread to stay current.

In case you are not familiar with the term, “blogging” describes websites where people can gather to explore thoughts on any subject that is of interest to them. There are some 9 million blogs out there, with 400,000 new ones popping up each day (including mine today). So as I read the Business Week article my mind began to race and think about how blogging will change the church.

#1. Blogging will... [continued]

Just a simple question from one who doesn't know. What is Blogg or blogging?
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