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“As a Christian….you have content spanning centuries that has proven to be the most impactful, life-changing content in existence.” – @stickyJesus
If you take the crafting of your blog seriously, you are constantly reading about how to develop your abilities to improve your creativity. Time and time again, the most important fact preached by leading authorities on the art of blogging is that content is king. If you write compelling content, readers will come. If there’s value in your writings, they will stay. If it improves their lives, they will share with others.
We consume on a daily basis what used to take weeks, months and even years to create. If it was just about creating volume, the number of successful authors would be innumerable. But it’s not just about the quantity of your content – it’s about the quality of that content.
In File 5 we talk about Jesus: King of Content. Think for a moment about the volume of stories being shared on a daily basis that tell us about lives changed by Him. Think about the difference in your own life because He is your Lord and Savior. Now think about how many other people share the same compelling story.
Our message is supreme – We serve a risen Savior who is desperate to have a relationship with each and every one of us. Our method of delivering this message is evolving on a continuous basis. As a pastor, I realize that just erecting a sign announcing we are there for people doesn’t have them running to us in droves. People generally don’t just wander into church on the weekend. Chances are, we have got to reach the masses where they are – at home on their laptop, at a child’s soccer game getting updates on their smartphone, or via the social media giants. We are to be a lighthouse to those looking for direction in the midst of the storm.
- What social media efforts have you personally found to be most effective as you share Jesus with others?
- Which efforts have you found to be effective in learning from others about what our King is doing in their lives?
- What aspect of God’s content do you find to be the easiest to share?