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Spring 2006: Other Significant Articles

 

 

Eric Wilbanks, “The Portable Preacher: A guide to joining the podcasting revolution … without getting lost in the crowd.” Ministries Today (Jan./Feb. 2006), pages 75-76.

This “Ministry Tools” article is an introduction to the expanding universe of podcasting (downloadable internet radio) and a guide to help you join this media revolution. Sidebars include links to podcasting software and existing directories as well as innovative “bridge strategies” to seed ideas to make your internet radio show grab attention and “narrowcast” to keep your audience interested.

http://ministrytodaymag.com/index.php/ministry-today-archives/66-unorganized/12234-ministry-tools86 [Available as of August 22, 2014]

 

 

“The Apprentices” Leadership (Summer 2005), pages 20-25.

This interview with philosophy professor Dallas Willard and pastor Dieter Zander asks, “What is spiritual formation? And how does a church do it?” Find the interview online at:

http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2005/003/2.20.html [Available as of August 22, 2014]

 

 

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