Chip Tudor

Author, Blogger & Professional Writer

The Most Powerful Stories Are…

Compelling…thought provoking…transforming.

As a storyteller, I focus in three areas.

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Author

I’ve published six Christian books. Four are non-fiction. The fifth and sixth, Soul Pursuit and Finding Grace are Christian detective novels. The books are sold on Amazon and you’ll find reviews for them on Goodreads.

Blogger

When I first started blogging, topics generally supported my freelance copywriting business. Now they are primarily on topics related to the Christian faith. Rooted in scripture and written to inspire and encourage.

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Professional Writer

I am a freelance copywriter with experience in diverse industries and multiple writing formats. I specialize in humorous, light-hearted copy and custom, SEO corporate blogs.

My Books

Soul Pursuit

An honorably discharged Navy SEAL, Jack Sterling moves to Dayton to emotionally support his recently divorced mother…

 Elements of Internal Church Marketing

This book explains how to target your church audience and turn them into active participants through effective promotions and quality events.

Christianity For The Average Joe

Christians differ in their beliefs. And that sometimes makes Christianity seem..

Family Stew

This collection of stories is told from a humorous perspective about our middle class, suburban family. Parents will laugh..

Finding Grace

Finding Grace

Jack is hired to find Grace Miller, a freshman at the University of Dayton who is missing. Can he find her, and if so in what condition?

How To Build A Church Intramural Sports League

This book describes how to build a church intramural sports league that engages people, promotes community, and makes a spiritual impact.

My Blog

Philippians 2:5-11

Philippians 2:5-11

Philippians 2:5-11 supports the Gospel message. It discusses the deity of Jesus Christ, his humanity, and his final exaltation.

Philippians 2:1-4

Philippians 2:1-4

Philippians 2:1-4 talks about church unity. Paul identifies the motivations and qualities that promote unity and an important outward focus.

Philippians 1:26-30

Philippians 1:26-30

Philippians 1:26-30 encourages worthy discipleship, courage against the culture, and warns about the cost of discipleship.

Philippians 1:19-25

Philippians 1:19-25

Philippians 1:19-25 expresses Paul’s sense of celebration, identifies his source of strength, and his reason for confidence.

Philippians 1:12-18

Philippians 1:12-18

Philippians 1:12-18 conveys Paul’s passion in sharing the gospel. And how the message is delivered despite his prison confinement.

Philippians 1:6-11

Philippians 1:6-11

Philippians 1:6-11 discusses the work God started among church members, encourages them to continue in the faith, and offers practical advice.

Philippians 1:1-5

Philippians 1:1-5

Philippians 1:1-5 begins with a positive expression of joy and thanksgiving. And Paul discusses identity and continued growth in your faith.

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