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  1. The Bible: How to Get The Most From Reading Scripture

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jan. 13, 2017

      The New Year is often a time of spiritual reflection. And when searching for answers on life’s deeper meaning, many people turn to the Bible. While I have a seminary education and study the Bible on a regular basis, I still feel like what I don’t know far exceeds what I do know about […]

  2. Church Intramural Sports: How To Grow Men’s Ministry

    Written by Chip Tudor - Dec. 29, 2016

    Some church leaders consider sports an enemy of the Christian faith because they lure people away from church attendance on Sundays. But use them strategically and church intramural sports can also be an effective tool for church outreach. You see for the last several years I’ve used church intramural sports leagues to engage the hardest […]

  3. Finding An Abundant Life Of Faith This Christmas

    Written by Chip Tudor - Dec. 02, 2016

    I came that you might have life and have it abundantly. What exactly is an abundant life? Happiness…peace…joy…contentment…purpose? Most people will probably agree it includes one or all of them. But where do they come from? Blessings randomly sprinkled from heaven? A successful enterprise? An enlighten state of being? Or maybe something you do? Like […]

  4. Corporate Blog Writing: Freelance Copywriter vs Blog Writing Service

    Written by Chip Tudor - May. 25, 2016

    I recently quoted a price to write a series of corporate blogs for the marketing director of a medium size corporation. I had written other marketing and public relations material for her so we had a working relationship. But for the corporate blog, she’d been using a blog writing service and paying $50 per blog […]

  5. Humor Writing By Exaggeration

    Written by Chip Tudor - May. 03, 2016

      You may not be a humor writer, but you’ve probably used exaggeration as a device in humor storytelling. Like when sharing about a funny incident you observed during the day with your friends or family. And as you tell the story, you exaggerate in a few places, because, well, it’s more entertaining. And everyone […]

  6. Church Sports Ministry: 3 Advantages Of Intramural Leagues

    Written by Chip Tudor - Mar. 28, 2016

    A church sports ministry is a great way to engage young men in church life and in men’s ministry. And to maximize the level of effectiveness, consider building an intramural league. The Difference Between an Inter-Church & Intramural Sports League  Not to insult anyone’s intelligence, but let’s be clear on the difference between an inter-church […]

  7. Strategic Thinking—Mental Path to Professional Work Success

    Written by Chip Tudor - Mar. 12, 2016

    I use a strategic thinking discipline during my work-out time to improve my professional success at work. While exercising my body, I exercise my mind too. Call it cognitive calisthenics. Mental gymnastics. My daily smart time. Other people working out at the gym listen to I-pods, watch wall mounted TVs, or scroll through smart phones. […]

  8. Using Sports at Church to Engage Men

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 27, 2016

    Engaging men through a church intramural sports league is an effective way to involve them deeper into church life. It takes more, however, than simply organizing and running a league. Here are 3 guidelines for spiritually engaging men through a church intramural sports league. Foster Men’s Warrior Spirit Men are created with a warrior spirit. […]

  9. Three Ways to Experience a Meaningful Christmas

    Written by Chip Tudor - Dec. 18, 2015

    I enjoy many cultural Christmas traditions. Listening to cheerful tunes like I’ll Be Home For Christmas, Feliz Navidad and Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire. Watching uplifting movies like The Sound of Music, It’s a Wonderful Life and White Christmas. I even like the Budweiser commercials featuring a majestic team of Clydesdale horses prancing through […]

  10. Comedy Church Skits: Writing Jokes and Funny Lines

    Written by Chip Tudor - Nov. 30, 2015

    Writers often mistakenly think that writing comedy church skits for church worship services is about inspiration…the creative muse. Not to downplay creativity, but writing comedy church skits for church worship services also takes work. It’s true of humor writing in general. But there’s a spiritual payoff in writing comedy. Because people that attend a worship service […]

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