Friday, April 25, 2008
115 PR TIPS TO BRAND YOUR MINISTRY: Author Pam Perry publishes booklet on how to take your ministry to the next level.
Author Pam Perry claims in her new book, “115 PR Tips to Brand Your Ministry,” that you could dramatically improve the impact of your ministry. She has more than 20 years experience in the public relations industry.
This Emmy Award winner shows you step by step how to use communication tools to take your ministry to the place you’ve envisioned it should be. She claims her booklet will help you untangle the media maze and create clear, concise and consistent ministry marketing solutions to get more exposure for your ministry.
Some of the things you will learn in the booklet include “how to e-blast,” “how to get media interviews,” “what digital Evangelism is,” “team building,” and “how to get media exposure.”
For more information on the, “115 PR Tips to Brand Your Ministry,” log onto http://www.ministrymarketingsolutions.com/.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Monday, April 14, 2008
Bishops Noel Jones, Paul Morton, Larry Trotter at Pastors & Church Leaders Conference Greater Grace Temple
Whether you’re a pastor, ministry leader, church staff member or just someone interested in ministry, the 2008 Pastors and Church Leaders Conference is designed just for you.
From our anointed speakers to the "how-to" informational sessions, this conference is power-packed from start to finish. It offers innovative and proven ministry methods that you and your staff can employ immediately.
Be a part of it and let it change your ministry. Indeed, let it change your life.
This guys is great. They call him the Greatness Guy. See the video!
Saturday, April 12, 2008
Have you been waiting a long time for God’s promises? Are you frustrated because the months have turned into years? Are you tired of constantly watching the clock?
The reassuring answers that you’ve been searching for are found in this book. Willing to Wait will walk you step-by-step through the waiting process that we all must go through in preparation for God’s promises.
Willing to Wait provides a practical and insightful discussion on the significance of waiting on God’s perfect will and divine timing. Willing to Wait offers a profound, biblical view on the keys to understanding the purpose and benefits of the waiting process, including –
Believing every promise in God’s Word,
Stepping out by faith on those promises,
Allowing patience to help you persevere, and
Receiving the renewed strength of God.
After reading Willing to Wait, you will learnthe hidden secrets to waiting on God and the detrimental consequences of not waiting, particularly for those seeking a mate. Whether you’re waiting on God for a financial miracle, divine healing or a mate, you must be willing to wait on Him no matter how long it takes. As you embrace the life-changing journey toward your promises, get ready to receive everything God has in store for you!
Read Excerpt From The BookRead Theme Poem: The Long Wait
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT WILLING TO WAIT?
“Willing to Wait is an outstanding tool for measuring one's faith while fortifying it.”
Victor McGlothinEssence Bestselling Author of Autumn Leaves &What's A Woman to Do? Plano, TX
“Willing to Wait is a book for everyone. It teaches that God's blessings are ours if we turn our hearts over to Him and walk in the path He has chosen for us.”
Reginald M. Turner, Jr., Esq.Past President, National Bar AssociationDetroit, MI
“Explosive and insightful! Willing to Wait gives you an eye-opening analysis of what it takes to wait on God, especially for singles. Willing to Wait is a substantive hands-on guide for achieving discipline over one's life while waiting on God’s promises. In Willing to Wait, DeMonica shares practical insight to prepare you for God’s best.”
Kervin J. Smith, Ph.D.Author of Living Single: The Different Faces of Singleness Kervin J. Smith MinistriesEdina, MN
Brothers, we are all under attack. When you turn on a TV, look at a magazine, go to your favorite sports site on the Internet, or check your email, the enemy is there launching an assault to seduce your flesh. Secret Sex Wars will help you fight back and win your battle for purity.
It outlines clear biblical strategies you can employ to counter the barrage of sexual temptation that is thrown at you everyday and all day. It sets forth a simple premise for men who want to live a life of sexual purity. God can help you win your battles! Built upon this premise, the contributors call the reader to find hope for overcoming sexual temptation by being transparent before God and following the principles for sexual purity given in the Bible.
The result is an empowering book that raises a biblical battle cry for men to take a stand for sexual purity.
Get and read this book and share it with your brothers. It’s well past the time that we stop passively yielding to sexual sins and start aggressively following God’s battle plans to overcome them.
www.secretsexwars.com - due out May 2008
Friday, April 11, 2008
Tavis, I love you no matter what and I love Obama no matter what. Can we all get along?
Tom Joyner says he's not feeling love from the people. Remember this, love never fails.
Tavis pull out your Bible and look at Matthew 7:7 too....we also reap what we sow.
Sow good seeds Tavis and don't be weary in well doing.
Peace to you my brotha!
comments...you like Tavis but not his comments about Obama>
Dream it, Plan it & Do it! Chocolate Pages Show with Dr. Stacia Pierce & Del McNeal
If your DREAM is bigger than your job, you must experience this show with authors Del McNeal and Dr. Stacia Pierce. Del wrote: Caught Between a Dream and JOB. Dr. Stacia wrote: Pursue Your Purpose, Live Your Dreams and 25 Ways Women Can Motivate Themselves. If you are tired of the 9-to-5 rat race, this show will open the door and set you free! www.delmcneal.com & www.ministry4women.com
Tuesday, April 08, 2008
UPCOMING SHOW: Thursday, 4/10/2008 6:30 PM
Dream BIG and Do it! Top inspirational authors show you how
Date / Time: 6:30 PM
Call-in Number: (646) 716-8098
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
By Kim Brooks, author of "He's Fine...But is He Saved?" and "He's Saved...But Is He For Real?"
There is a popular saying which states, "begin with the end in mind." Whether that "end" for you is reaching a goal, starting a business, writing a book, successfully raising your children, or simply being the best woman God has called you to be and fulfilling all that He has called you to do, you must keep your eye on the prize as you go forth in God's plan for your life.
The apostle Paul states in Philippians 3:13, "...this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." Paul states that the one thing he does is forget the past, and press on.
No matter what you may have gone through in the past, no matter who may have hurt or disappointed you, no matter how many mistakes you may have made, as long as you sincerely repent before God He will clean your slate and reposition you as if you never got off track in the first place.
Now when I say past I'm not just speaking of last year, and not even last week. I'm speaking of yesterday, because God says in His Word that His mercies are new every morning! Great is His Faithfulness!
Paul also says that he presses toward the mark. The word, "press," in the original Greek means, to pursue, to follow after, to press toward. No matter your present situation, and no matter how many darts the enemy may have thrown at you, you still must endure and press toward the mark.
This reminds me of the woman in the Bible with the issue of blood. Imagine how she must have felt, after having spent all her money on doctors who did not heal her but caused her condition to grow worse, and the shame she must have experienced after being categorized as an unclean outcast in her own community. In spite of her own brokenness, and in spite of the shame, she decided to press on.
She pressed through the crowds of hundreds of people who were following Jesus as He was on his way to heal Jairus' daughter. She knew Jesus was on another mission, but instead of giving up, turning around, and heading back home, she pressed on, saying to herself over and over again, "if I may touch but his clothes, I shall be whole!" Though her odds of reaching Him may have been slim, she focused on her own need and desired goal, and decided to press. As you continue reading the story in Mark Chapter 5, by the end she does finally reach Jesus, as she touches the hem of his garment and is immediately healed and made whole.
She didn't consider her circumstance, or the fact that she had no money or what some may consider no hope. When she heard that "The Healer" was in town, she decided to seize the opportunity to receive what rightfully belonged to her as a child of God. I can imagine that with every step she took against the crowd, that she saw the victory before she even laid a single finger on his clothing.
When you consider your own personal race toward the mark for the prize, see the victory as you go forth. See yourself smiling, laughing, and praising God as you obtain your own personal prize.
The race is not going to be easy; it will require faith, patience, and
endurance, but know that there is someone waiting to be blessed on the other side of your obedience.
Prove God's Word to be true when it says in Philippians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me". You can do all things through Christ, but it will require effort, and stamina. It will require perseverance and steadfastness. It will require fortitude, and strength.
The good news is Christ's strength is made perfect in our weaknesses, and when we press on, we are never alone for God is with us every step of the way. He is our present help in time of trouble, and He can lead us through every storm of life. As long as you continue to look to the hills from whence cometh your help, remember that your help comes from God. It is He who giveth thee the ability, the might, and the power, to press on.
Kim Brooks of Detroit, MI is a minister and author of, He's Fine...But is He Saved? its sequel, He's Saved...But is He For Real? and The Little Black Survival Book for Single Saints. She also publishes a free monthly E-Newsletter for singles entitled, The Single Heart. For more information about her books and ministry, visit www.KimontheWeb.com