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When you work online, owning software is just a way of life. At last count, I have subscriptions to exactly 13 pieces of software. Anything from Canva (for digital graphics work) to SERanking (for search engine data) to Vellum (book formatting software). All of them, I would argue, are completely necessary to effectively manage different
Another month, another update. Getting tired of these yet? GOOD BECAUSE I’M NOT. Seriously, I look forward to this article because I get to geek out on a bunch of stuff that I don’t normally get to geek out on. For instance, the last few articles for me have been about core updates (yawn), ChatGPT
I learned something new the other day: Google hates me. Well, not me per se, but definitely my website that I’ve been working on. If you’ve followed along with this blog, you know that in October I launched the Bible Blog Project. Basically, it’s Bible-based blog (super original, I know) that I started completely from
If you let it, ChatGPT can become your best friend. No, it won’t (and shouldn’t) write your sermons for you, but it can help you do a lot of the ground work involved in putting together a sermon in a fraction of the time. Think of it as a high-powered research assistant. Instead of combing
Here’s something you already know: Human bodies need blood to survive. God even talks about this in Scripture when He tells the Israelites that “the life is in the blood” (Leviticus 17:11). Using modern science, we know that the circulatory system carries oxygen to all parts of the body, fueling the muscles and helping your
I love me some fried chicken. If you stick a plate of fried chicken in front of me with some creamy mashed potatoes, fried okra, and white gravy — along with a side of Dr. Pepper — I promise you that plate will be gone in less than ten minutes. Five minutes…if it’s lunch time.