J. Gordon Duncan

Culture, Business, Fitness, Etc.

Bigger is Better

BizarroPhatThe past two days have kept me from finishing several of the articles that I have been working on, so today, in lieu of a normal post, I’m asking for help.  Most articles that are posted here also appear at the Raleigh Examiner.  This is a national webzine with local affiliates.  I serve as the Evangelical Contributor for the Raleigh Area.

My presence is enhanced by increasing readership, subscriptions, and comments.  Since I’m more likely to promote an article on the blog than on the Examiner, my numbers have not really grown.  If you get a chance, check out the links below and read some of the articles on the Examiner.  Your clicks help, any comments help, and signing up for a free subscription to any articles I write will also be a big help.  Thanks.

Living a Dirty Life

Worship in Service

Avoiding a Church of One

The Best Frappuccino Ever

A Dozen Do-Nots:  Parenting

Sovereign King Church Seeks To Create, Engage Community

Money is the Root of All Steeples

Jesus Risk

A Dozen Do-Nots – Writing a Sermon

Endurance Ride to Benefit Garner EMS

Ugly or the Problem with Self-Image

Knowing God or No-ing God

A Dozen Do-Nots:  Writing

Functional Addicts

Book Review:  Simple Life

Teach Your Children Well

A Dozen Do-Nots:  Meeting Someone for the First Time

Purpose Driven Strife

Extra Extra:  Read All About It – the Church and the Local Paper

Anvil – The Story of Anvil

A Dozen Do-Nots:  Going on a First Date

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October 7, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , ,

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