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Category: writing

Announcing My Devotional App (+ giveaway)

  Aside from a few exceptions, I’ve never been a big reader of daily devotions. Some are too long. Some are too short. Some are focused on too specific of a group. Most are just too sappy. Almost a year ago I started kicking around the idea of joining a team to develop a men’s […]


Category: writing

Creating, Failing, Stopping

Lately I’ve been feeling discouraged, like a failure. Maybe the expectations I set for myself were too high. Maybe it wasn’t my fault. A few projects I worked hard over a long period of time came short of expectations. And in the process of those slowly falling apart, I started to sense something welling up […]


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Will I Write Another Book?

Ever since releasing my first traditionally published book with Moody back in August 2012, the number one question asked of me and my writing is, “Are you going to write another book?” It’s an interesting question because authors don’t simply choose to write a book or not, there’s plenty of other factors involved in publishing […]


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Too Busy Pointing Fingers

In recent months I’ve found my online status updates slowing to a crawl. I don’t have the energy for it. I use Twitter less (and I love Twitter), I use Facebook less (and still hate it), and I definitely write for this blog less often (I shared about that here). When I first started this […]


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Does This Need to Have a Title?

Someday I’ll stop blogging. Tomorrow? August 17th, 2036? Maybe. When I first started writing in this space nearly seven years ago I posted something new six days a week. Then I transitioned to five, then three, and now typically two days a week of new posts. Nearly all the bloggers I know who’ve been at this […]


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Nearest is Best

I firmly believe the advice that you must write for others, so it makes sense that writers often care about the level of traction their writing gets. They focus on the amount of hits to their blog, or the amount of times people share their words into various spaces. And in this world of seeking attention it’s easy […]


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