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  1. A Humorous Scene From The Detective Novel Soul Pursuit

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jul. 06, 2019

    Looking for a quick, humorous book to read? My detective novel, Soul Pursuit is fast-paced, entertaining and inspirational. Here’s a scene from one of the chapters to grab your interest. Check out the five-star reviews on amazon then buy a copy and enjoy it yourself.

  2. Signs Of An Uncommon Christian Life

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 22, 2019

    There are visible signs to an uncommon Christian life. Not perfect. But authentic and distinct. Here are three that mark a real follower of Jesus Christ.

  3. Creating Compelling Characters For Mystery Novels

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 08, 2019

    A good mystery novel presents a mind boggling puzzle that you piece together clue by clue. A great mystery novel also presents compelling characters. One of my favorite mystery story characters is Inspector Jacques Clouseau. I laugh at his zany, slap stick ineptness and yet, he always successfully solves the mystery I can’t figure out […]

  4. Writing Subplots In Detective Novels

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 02, 2019

    Now that you’ve worked out the main plot for your mystery thriller, crime or detective novel, consider adding subplots.

  5. Jesus Christ: Worst Marketer Ever

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 23, 2018

    To those who claim Jesus Christ was a great marketer…I disagree. I’ve been a professional copywriter for 25 years. I’ve written the words… Simple… Easy… and convenient… Probably, like a bazillion times in every form of media invented. Except maybe stone tablets. I’ve been a follower of Jesus Christ even longer. Not just a once […]

  6. Effective Leadership: Exercising Power versus Influence

    Written by Chip Tudor - Nov. 14, 2017

    There’s a little known Bible story with a valuable lesson about power and influence. It has almost a Grimm’s Fairy Tale quality to it and is found in 2 Kings 11-13 and 2 Chronicles 24:15-22. Here’s a summary: Athaliah, the wicked queen mother of king Ahaziah, seizes the throne of Judah when king Ahaziah is […]

  7. Three Criteria For Choosing A Freelance Copywriter

    Written by Chip Tudor - May. 05, 2017

    Professional, freelance copywriters charge between $45 to $100 or more an hour. A big cost difference for just a few hours of writing. So how do you choose the right copywriter at the right price? The challenge when selecting a copywriter is you can’t compare apples to apples. Copywriters differ in writing styles, range of […]

  8. Three Wrong Ideas About Biblical Humility

    Written by Chip Tudor - Mar. 01, 2017

    Humility from a Biblical perspective is largely misunderstood in modern culture. And that’s unfortunate, because I think it makes people reject Christianity without really understanding it or even opening a Bible to check it out for themselves. Here are three cultural ideas on humility verses a Biblical view. Humility Minimizes Abilities And Achievements You commonly […]

  9. 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 […]

  10. 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 […]

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