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How to Download Your Facebook Timeline

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How to Download Your Facebook Timeline

Have you been very faithful in posting devotionals to your Facebook Timeline, and now God is calling you to compile them into a book? You may have tried scrolling through their Facebook Timeline, but that process is a bit daunting. There is an easier way! You can export and download your Facebook Timeline with just […]

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Write Your Testimony not a “Victimony”

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Write your testimony from a place of victory and not victim

Many times, a testimony is when God shows up in the darkest hour and saves someone from some pretty dire circumstances. It is always a great God Story when good wins over evil, but in telling the story, sometimes the victim mentality sneaks in and tries to steal the power of your testimony. 3 ways […]

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Writing for your Audience – Flesch-Kincaid Readability Tests

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Flesch-Kincaid Readability Scores to help your writing

In starting your blog or your book, I always tell people to just write. For the first draft, don’t worry about the grammar, sentence structure, or readability. That is what a second and third draft are all about. However, I continue to remind my authors to keep their audience in mind when writing. Things like […]

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How Do You Process Feedback?

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How Do You Process Feedback?

As the saying goes, “opinions are like belly buttons, everybody’s got one.” It is so true, every person is going to feel “some-kinda-way” about you, your work, and  your decisions. Many times they will even verbalize it. The question is, how do you process that feedback? Just the thought of receiving criticism will keep some […]

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Make Your Writing Flat…

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Last week my daughter and I received a special guest in the mail…Flat Stanley. For those of you who haven’t met Flat Stanley yet, he is a character from a children’s book series that began back in the 1960’s by Jeff Brown. It was about a boy named Stanley Lambchop that was flattened when a […]