Do you wonder what are the characteristics of blogging as a ministry?
Here is a sneak peek of my guest post for COMPEL Training Blog about the 5 characteristics of blogging as a ministry.
Do you remember the first time you felt God’s call to start blogging and writing for His glory as a Christian blogger? Did He give you a specific word or a message, or perhaps He talked to you through people?
Blogging as a Ministry
God’s invitation to start blogging was a process in my life. God talked to me through His Word, forming my identity as a writer, preacher, and poet. I treasured every specific word and its interpretation and wrote them down in a special notebook.
And then a day came when, while I was reading a blog post, God used a couple of sentences in this post to tell me clearly and without a doubt that I should start a blogging ministry. Yes, a ministry. From the beginning, it was clear this was not just writing, and it was not about me. It was initiated by God, meant to be carried through His power and for His glory, to encourage and inspire people.
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5 Characteristics of Blogging as a Ministry
So what are the characteristics of faith blogging as a ministry, and what does that mean for our writing journey? I want to share with you five prerequisites and characteristics of the blogging ministry.
- The first characteristic is that blogging and writing, in general, are initiated by God. He issues a specific call and invitation. He is the One starting the ministry, entrusting it to us, and providing for the success of this ministry. This is His ministry through us.
Read the rest of the post to find out the five characteristics of blogging as a ministry at COMPEL Training Blog and be strengthened and encouraged.
More Encouragement for Bloggers, Writers and Creatives
If you need inspiration and encouragement as a writer and creative, I can recommend these selected books on the writing life and creativity. Check them out.
The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield
The Practice: Shipping Creative Work by Seth Godin
Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott
Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life by Brian Grazer
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