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  1. Which Direction Is Your Spiritual Life Tilting?

    Written by Chip Tudor - May. 01, 2015

      On two days of the first week in March, it snowed in Dayton, Ohio. I looked outside at the white blanket covering the landscape and thought this isn’t supposed to be happening. It’s March. The official start of spring is only a few weeks away. It had been a cold winter and I longed […]

  2. Faith: Are You Fit or Flabby?

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 24, 2015

    Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.  –Hebrews 11:1 In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.  –James 2:17   Do you believe in physical fitness? I’m guessing you do because you know the difference between […]

  3. Welcome

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 16, 2015
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    As a freelance copywriter, my focus is on the words that communicate your message. I use an active, conversational tone of voice that’s targeted to your audience: whether you want your advertising copy technically informative…business casual…light’n lively…outright humorous. I write it crisp, to the point, and warmly engaging. I enjoy crafting funny play on words, […]

  4. Two Keys for Internally Marketing Church Ministry Events

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jan. 06, 2015
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    Large, growing churches that are composed of multiple ministries offer a variety of opportunities for the people who attend them. It’s often what attracts people to them in the first place. But for the people who plan and lead church events within these ministries—whether you’re a paid staff or a volunteer—it presents a challenge for […]

  5. Two Lies That Make Men Reject Christianity

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 28, 2014

    Look at most churches in America and it’s obvious—men as a gender group reject Christianity. Women make up over 60% of church attendance and the number grows when you measure involvement beyond worship services. Why? I’m guessing lots of reasons. But I think there are 2 cultural lies men believe that especially turn them away. […]

  6. www.caraccessories.com steals content

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 20, 2013

    Caraccessories.com has stolen my content. And they continue to publish it on their About Page. You will find the content at this url: http://www.caraccessories.com/about. I asked Elena Maria to either pay me for the content or remove it. She removed it from the Home Page, but not the About Page. It’s now been over a year so I […]

  7. Caraccessories.com is a Content Thief

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 05, 2013

    Caraccessories.com is publishing stolen content on the About Page of their website. They hired me to write it, published it on their site, but never paid me for the work. It’s been over a year now and they still haven’t paid. So any pretense about lacking money to pay is a flat out lie. Caraccessories.com sells after market […]

  8. Caraccessories.com Illegally Publishes Website Content

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jan. 24, 2013

    The content on the About page of www.caraccessories.com is stolen. I’m the author but have never been paid for it. Although I’ve informed Elena Maria, the owner of www.caraccessories.com that she needs to either pay for it or remove it, she has not done so. It’s been posted on the About page of www.caraccessories.com for […]

  9. What Men Need and Want…But Can’t or Won’t Say

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 07, 2012

    One day this past February I had finished my morning workout at the gym and was drying off in the locker room after a shower. A group of other men were in various stages of the same process. Everyone was preparing for work. During the winter months, my skin dries out and itches uncomfortably during […]

  10. A Reasonable Approach to Christian Faith

    Written by Chip Tudor - May. 30, 2012

    Some claim that Christian faith and intellectual reason are mutually exclusive. You form beliefs through one or the other. But in Christianity, faith and reason actually work hand in hand. Let me explain. The argument that pits faith against reason generally goes like this: Christian faith is a subjective, religious experience that is based on […]

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