More and more christian bloggers are popping up every single day and I absolutely love it. The more christian blogs we have on the web, the more the word of God is being spread — which results in peoples lives being changed.
And to me, there is nothing more important than that. In fact, I think the only reason a blog should even exist, is for impacting peoples lives. Otherwise, what is the point of starting a blog.
But don’t get it twisted… your blog doesn’t necessary have to be about Jesus or Christianity to impact people’s lives. In fact, some of my favorite christian bloggers don’t even discuss Jesus or Christianity on their blogs. You might be wondering how can you be a christian blogger and NOT run a christian blog. How is that possible?
Easy! It all depends on what niche God called you to be in. If you’re in the photography niche, then your blog would be about photography, not Christianity. If you’re in the personal finance niche then your blog would be about money management, not Christianity. Or if you’re in the social media niche, then your blog would be about digital marketing trends, not Christianity. And so on and so on.
But none of that would make you any less of a Christian then someone like me who is in the faith based personal development niche. What I’m doing is no different from what you’re doing. I’m in the niche that God called me to be in, using the gifts and skills that God gave me — and so are you.
But regardless, the word of God still somehow gets spread because of the life that we live. We don’t have to broadcast our FAITH to public — people see the JESUS that lives on the inside of us by the way that we write, talk, and act. Which is exactly how God intends for us to live. And as a result, lives are being changed. Keep Reading…
Thinking about starting a blog or reigniting your old one? Today, I’m launching a new digital training called How to Start a Blog that Changes Lives that can help you.
Ever since my blog went viral this year, people have been asking me non-stop, almost daily, how to start a blog or create an online platform. From subscribers of my blog, to my followers on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn — it seems like everyone is asking me how to start a blog these days.
The funny thing is, less than 2 years ago, I was a drug dealer running the streets that hardly anything about blogs, let alone starting one myself. So that’s funny to me that now, I’m considered a blogging expert.
But my so called rise to fame in the blog world wasn’t accidental. Starting a blog that changes lives was my intention from the jump. When I started trying to better myself back in 2011, I stumbled upon a few articles online written from Steve Pavlina and Jonathan Mead that changed my life.
Their articles were amazing and their words touched my soul, so much so that I said to myself “When I get myself together, I want to start a blog too that helps others do the same”. So that’s what I did… Keep Reading…
It’s mind blowing to me at how much effort we put into working on our outer man over our inner man.
We do everything we can to correct our outside…
Tummy Tucks & Face lifts
Gym memberships & Fitness DVDs
Weekly Hair Cuts & Hairdos
Tattoos & Tattoo Removals
Acne Pills & Laser Surgeries
Expensive Shoes & Designer Jewelry
but hardly any energy gets spent on strengthening our inside.
Now don’t get me twisted. I’m not against looking good (on the outside) one bit because I know when you look good, you feel good. But what I’m saying is: if you put all your energy and effort into correcting your outer man, and neglect to correct your inner man — you will not have what it takes to withstand the many tests that life will throw your way. Keep Reading…
Have you ever asked yourself what is the purpose of life?
I mean like really digging deep down in your soul and questioning why you are here and why were you born?
I remember asking myself these questions when I was about 18 or 19. Even though I was dealing drugs and running the streets during that age — I often wondered what life was all about. But since I couldn’t come up with any answers of my own, I just kept doing what I was doing. No purpose, no vision… just another college dropout headed nowhere in life.
See, when you have no purpose, you’re like a leaf blowing in the wind. You just end up where ever the wind takes you. And most of the time, you hate where you end up, but because you have no purpose — you decide to just stay where you’re at.
And your life becomes a cycle of the 3 M’s… misery, mediocrity, and malice.
Sound familiar? Keep Reading…
One of the biggest reasons why people fail in life is because of a lack of self confidence.
Without having self confidence and belief in yourself, you are very limited to how far you can go in life – no matter how much or a christian you are. Reason being, the first key to success is believing you can succeed. And that’s just the first step… the bare minimum requirement for you to even step up to the plate and take a swing at life.
So if you don’t even have what it takes to step up to the plate, then the game is over before it starts. Unfortunately, this is how so many people are living today. The lack of self confidence is killing our society.
It’s like people forget that our Creator (The GREAT I AM) lives on the inside of us and that with Him we can do all things!
If more people knew just how great they were, this world would be a better place. Everyone would be living on purpose and walking in their gifts.
That’s what I would like to see more of – people living life on purpose! I just hate to see people go through life with a lack of belief in themselves so I wanted to share with you 8 simple ways to build self confidence and belief in yourself. Keep Reading…
Do you feel like you’ve lost clarity about what it is that you’re trying to do with your life?
Have you lost your identity in this crazy sin-filled world?
Are you feeling like time is running out for you to find out who you really are?
I’ve recently chatted with a few people inside my inner circle grappling with these issues. Some were Christians, others were leaders, and a few had been living on purpose for a while but had somehow lost their direction.
Out of these conversations, I put together a set of questions to help them think it through. Maybe these questions will help you as well. Keep Reading…