… or buying Twitter followers or gaming the analytics to inflate website stats, etc.
At least 5 things:
1. It's dishonest.
No, it's not illegal. But neither are lots of unethical, dishonest things. The asumption that people make when they see "Bestseller" labeled on a book or 600,000 followers on your Twitter page is that you came by those accomplishments the straightforward way: attracting…
A conversation with Trevin Wax
A Christian writer should develop his or her craft so that a story is created so beautifully that it rivals the hopeless fiction that runs in abundance today.
Should pastors write?
What is the one thing pastors who write ought to remember?
We ask Michael Kelley to describe his writing process.
For Liberty, each Freeman Strives
As it's a Gift of God
And for it willing yield their Lives
And Seal it with their Blood
Why should pastors care about writing?
FTC.co asks Jared C. Wilson, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Spurgeon College and Author in Residence at MBTS, "What advice would you give to new writers?"
Journaling is not an end in and of itself; the end is to look to and live by the cross.
We ask Devin Maddox, "Should pastors write?"
Should pastors be writers?
FTC.co asks Dan Darling, Vice President for Communications, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, "Should pastors write? Why or why not?"
The idea that a book could impact a soul, that it could awaken something fresh in a weary spirit, give a reader a new sense of Christ's grace that changes everything -- that's worth writing for.
There is a certain quality Christians should strive for as we represent God to the world.
A new For The Church specialty imprint with Moody Publishers focuses on resourcing pastors and ministry leaders.