A marketing business term which refers to the four Ps of an effective marketing strategy: product, price, placement, and promotion. The Bible is the most sold book on Earth, with more copies in print than Harry Potter, Twilight, or any other megaseries you can think of.
Some sites that truly deserve to be on this list didn’t quite make it the first round, but you can now find them in the Additional Resources section. Pastors aren’t the only leaders in the Christian world, but any leader in the church has a big responsibility to share the word of God and take good spiritual care of their parishioners.
Brian Dodd has a vast amount of leadership experience with other church leaders, as well as over a quarter-century in service as a church volunteer and staff member. Chris has maintained this site for several years, providing church leaders with resources that are vital and relevant. The Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations provides this forum for sharing ideas and tools to help leadership formation among those congregations. If your leadership is solid on the basics such as the gospel and the commandments, then where do you go from there?
Christian leaders might need help in the areas of mission alignment, integrity, competencies, and teamwork. Leadership is teamwork, because every person on that team is a leader…that’s the premise that Paul Andrew puts forth in his talks to leaders for nonprofit organizations. Scott Couchenour offers his help by designing a program of sustainable leadership for the leaders in your church.
The President of Oral Roberts University and Director of the National Institute of Christian Leadership (NICL), Dr. This site takes leadership to another level, approaching each ministry with topics of concern. The challenge provided by this site is to learn how to provide “servant leadership” with little stress and with great success. This institute is saddened by lack of Christian leadership today, but excited by the potential that some changes can bring. If you attempt to influence the thoughts or actions of another person, then Gary Chapman considers you as a leader.
The mission behind this leadership initiative is to bring leaders, educators, and advisors together to address the issues that face mission-related challenges to today’s Christian organizations.
Any Christian leader can take advantage of the “TCL One on One Coaching” offered by this organization by using a combination of phone, email, and face-to-face visits. As one of the premier lifelong learning resources for Christian leaders, this alliance can provide numerous resources, support, and training. This site, which is maintained by the Christian Leadership Center of the University of Mary, supports Catholic and Benedictine leadership missions. Since 2004, Nelson Searcy has honed his knowledge about church planting and Christian leadership and made this material available through CDs and online.
This simple and forthright blog from the pastors at Grace Church provides ample materials on leadership and teaching. As the pastor of one of the fastest-growing churches in America, Steven Furtick provides his skills to readers through this site. Although Sam Luce leads children at the Redeemer Church in Utica, NY, his adult side comes out in this blog about leadership, children’s ministry, and creativity.
Imagine building a Christian fellowship through relationships with others – that’s the spirit behind Tim Chester’s leadership role as pastor and church planter in Great Britain. Christian rock is huge right now, and Christian inspired visual art, poetry, novels, and other artistic products are are business in their own right.
PraiseCharts is a place for lovers of Christian music to discover new tracks, share their favorites, and connect with a community of music lovers whose primary inspiration comes from religious belief and spirituality. This blog provides resources for the Christian artist, and also offers galleries of stunning Christian artwork. Stacy Lee shares her creative journey through arts and words as she discusses what her faith reveals to her during the process.
This publication’s goal is to pursue the complete picture of Christ and to avoid “cotton-candy Christianity.” They hope to appeal to authors who want a venue to expose Christianity as a real faith and lifestyle, and to readers who also crave that perspective. The author of the award-winning book, Your Guide to Marketing Books in the Christian Marketplace, Sarah Bolme, offers her hard-earned insights on Christian publications. Since 1995, this site has offered excellent bimonthly reviews of books that merit critical attention. This British site offers a unique perspective on Christian fiction, including information about contests and a focus on short fiction. Rebecca LuElla Miller has carved out a niche for herself as a writer, an editor, and a reviewer. Founded in 2007, this blog has since then featured thousands of songs from hundreds of artists across a wide swath of Christian music genres.
Few sites offer the reviews, interviews, giveaways, and concert news that this site provides for its readers.
A high school junior who is the child of a missionary couple started this site and continues to write about Christian music and musicians. Avid readers, authors, and bloggers who focus on Christian publications can gain access to books, reviews, marketing help, and promotions once registered on this site.
Christian scholars will enjoy this blog, which focuses on manuscripts, the languages, literature, scholarship, and history of Middle Eastern culture. Criswell College maintains this outstanding blog about Christianity and culture – which is a broad topic with a broad audience in mind. Crosswalk is a wonderful resource for Christians who want to enjoy community and insights into American culture, including arts, social media, books, music, politics, and family. A working mom with four children still finds time to read and review books for other readers.
If you ever fretted about which books you might hand to your child for reading, this site takes that worry away. Carrie is a stay-at-home Christian mom who loves to read and who also writes wonderful reviews for her blog readers. Alise is a Christian mom who has a full life, but she still has time to read and share her insights on books, articles, culture, and her own growth as a Christian.
An author takes readers along on his various life journeys, such as the time he moved his wife and four kids into his parent’s basement so he could pursue his dream of writing full time. Christian women today can obtain news stories and reviews about books related to cultural issues such as justice and evangelism, pregnancy and parenting, pop culture, health, and church from this site. Both dedicated Christian scholars and lay-members of the church study the Bible to learn stories about Christ’s life and about the development of the religion, as well as lessons on how to live well.
Jeannie is into the third reading of her One Year Bible, and she now supplements her daily Bible verses with the book, The Secret Power of Speaking God’s Word, by Joyce Meyer. This blog discusses themes, insights, and instructions from the Bible as they pertain to everyday modern living for those who want to make their personal lives into extensions of God’s mandate.
Readers can learn more about the scriptures through this blog, which examines the Bible through commentaries. The Blue Letter Bible contains over 4,000,000 links to over 165,000 pages of Biblical references and Bible versions. This is the largest source about Biblical films on the Internet, providing readers with posts about films and a few free downloads.
This site provides free study tools for students and other people who want to learn about the Word of God. The “X” stands for “exposition,” of God’s Word, and this blog explores Biblical topics in general. These sites have a lot to offer for someone looking to learn something new about Christianity, but they aren’t quite sure what. If you want to engage in fascinating dialogue about religion and spirituality, this is one place where you can participate for inspiration, insight, and support.
Aristotle’s Feminist Subject is a blog that broadly discusses religious and ancient Greek teachings about women, and frequently touches on Christianity and the Bible. This online publication reaches out to readers with topics on everyday living, such as family, health, money, career, and opinion through various blogs. Bill Blankschaen ‘s sole purpose with this blog is to inspire Christians with abundant faith through his writing. Christian singles can revel in this site, which provides opinion, advice, and Biblical resources for people who are seeking companionship. Scholars of New Testament Exegesis, Gnosticism, and the Nag Hammadi Library can find a comfortable place at this site. This “50-something stay at home mom” provides great writing on her stray thoughts on her life and learning as a born-again Christian. The Dubious Disciple alternately discusses scripture through the lens of a liberal, and sometimes skeptical, believer, and reviewing books with Christian ties. Mormon think promotes scholarly debate of the historical representation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and discussions of how Mormons are portrayed in the media.
A mom and her three daughters share their “Biblical womanhood” and other fun stuff on this blog. This online publication is geared specifically to the Christian woman, with resources such as articles, devotions, and tools that can help any woman lead a spiritual and faith-filled life. Black, White, and Gray is a blog that is filled with thoughts from various authors who are sociologists as well as Christians. Larry Miller once served as the Chairman of the Chesterfield County Republican Committee in Virginia, and he brings his perspective about the juxtaposition of politics and religion to this blog.
This site extends the “Christian Quote of the Day” website by providing a format where the quote is discussed by the author, Robert McAnally Adams, and his readers. Peter Kirk combines his education in science with a degree in theology to provide some interesting insights on the Christian life. This is a pleasant resource for any Christian filled with quotes about a wide range of topics. If you’re into publication eye candy and book binding – specifically the Bible – you’ll get your fill at this blog. This Bible study graduate student is defending his thesis, and enjoying life in the process.
An undergraduate student at Rutgers who is double-majoring in Greek and Latin and Ancient History and Classics, brings his perspective to this blog. This blog’s author has progressed beyond the Book of Acts and Pauline theology to include book reviews, commentary, and other books from the Bible to expand on the original premise. This site is maintained by a nonprofit organization that seeks to change the negative Christian stereotypes in the world by applying positive resources.
This student of the ancient Near East shares his studies, research, and thoughts on this blog.

Gary and Michelle Amirault and friends espouse a positive message from the Bible in an effort to debunk negative messages and bad publicity coming from earlier Christian teachings. This site seeks to share Biblical lessons and perspectives through commentary, sermons, lectures, and radio. Young Christians bring a different perspective on religion and spirituality to the table and this blog provides one format for that discussion. Matt Stone takes on the world religions, but from a spiritual rather than a religious perspective.
Take a nerd and the gospel and put them together – what you end up with is an attempt to break down barriers so other nerds might understand how Christianity can relate to their lives. The Voice of the Martyrs is a nonprofit organization that assists the worldwide persecuted church.
A self-professed “part-time” Christian decides to go “fulltime” in his living based upon Biblical lessons. This site is filled with eye candy that leads to writings that reflect a passionate follower of Christ. April DeConick, a professor of Biblical studies at the University of Michigan, provides insights into Christianity and the “Jesus tradition” through literature and memory. Christian Song Writers is a place where Christian musicians and song writers can find the best resources available in order to improve their song writing abilities.
Christian Blog Devotionals was created by Debra Torres, who blogs about “real” Christian experiences and with the intent of giving people hope and to understand god is here to help us all. Our blog is maintained by Erin Koster, a third-year seminarian in the Master of Divinity program at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC). The 2014 Leadership Berks Graduation today welcomed their newest class to the alumni association at the Crowne Plaza Reading.
Alvernia University's Cynthia Mensch, Director of the Schuylkill Center, was published May 25, 2014 in the Republican Herald Newspaper with tips on preparing yourself for your first job interview after graduation.
Let’s say you want to attend graduate school but are worried you may not be able to afford it. The costs of going to graduate school may seem overwhelming, but they don’t have to be. About Alvernia UniversityAlvernia combines the personal touch and attention of a small private college with many opportunities of an outstanding university. About Alvernia 
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Alvernia combines the personal touch and attention of a small private college with many opportunities of an outstanding university. About Alvernia Alvernia is a thriving university that empowers students through real-world learning to discover their passion for life, while providing the education to turn what they love into lifetimes of career success and personal fulfillment, helping them make the world a better place. About Alvernia Alvernia combines the personal touch and attention of a small private college with many of the opportunities of an outstanding university. CommScope is a global leader in connectivity solutions for communication networks, providing infrastructure solutions for wireless, business enterprise, residential broadband and carrier wire line networks. These four elements of a business’s product or brand are adjusted accordingly until the right combination is found to best serve customers. Despite its age and popularity, we are far from understanding the Bible completely, and there is a lively community of scholars and theologians examining the Bible for inspiration and spiritual guidance, both for their personal enlightenment and to share with their friends, family, and congregations. Learning to be a good leader in a Christian organization doesn’t happen automatically. His role as a Worship Director at his church near Toronto has provided him with a way to tap into these resources and to provide insights on how they work. Join the community, ask questions, and read about topics such as faith, culture, work, family, and attitude.
Any church leader can benefit from these resources, which touch on topics such as finances, technical skills, and communication. This site can help church leaders to create more relevant and effective ministries through strategy and by leveraging God’s laws to best fulfill your calling.
That’s where this site fits in, as it shapes a “Coaching Covenant” to help leaders through six-month-long blocks of coaching that can push leadership potential to its capacity. If you feel you aren’t equipped to be a leader, you might want to learn what Paul has to say. This idea of sustainability can help overcome burnout, and can provide leaders with a renewed joy in Christian service.
No matter if you are a senior pastor or a small group leader, this site values your potential with news, resources, and expert advice. The leadership can range from full-time to one-time projects, and they’re all treated equally from a Christian perspective. A focus on a paradigm for holistic training that involves families, various teaching methods, and time management among other skills can bring renewed hope to Christian leadership. The question is whether or not your skills are based upon godly and Biblical foundations – so head to this site to learn if your leadership is moving forward with that vision.
Hal Hadden, along with various major city leaders, offers a site that equips men to be Christian leaders based upon sound Biblical principles and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Although the focus is on the Pacific Northwest, anyone can learn from the principles established here, including leadership that is visionary and courageous.
As a member of this organization, a leader gains access to training sessions, webinars, magazines, community, and other valuable training tools. Managed by Christianity Today, users can gain access to resources found nowhere else, touching on congregational care, administrative tasks, and outreach beyond the church.
This site makes it easy for those who need content, tools, and news about events that can enhance any leader’s role. Greear’s goal is to plant 1,000 churches by the year 2040 through his church in Raleigh-Durham, NC. McLaren is a former college English teacher who has become a global network facilitator for Christian leaders.
His reach is global, and he touches at least 500 new church leaders each week with his resources. He often ministers to a global audience, and is the author of the acclaimed books, Sun Stand Still and Greater.
Leading adults isn’t easy, but leading children is an awesome task, and Sam provides his tips on how to avoid mistakes in that capacity.
This section of the list is devoted to sites that showcase Christian themed creativity of all stripes.
He creates digital abstract contemporary paintings inspired by Bible verses, and shares his work with churches and online through sites like Flickr.
A few of the art forms offered here include poetry, paper sculpture, polymer clay, paintings, mixed media, and charcoal drawings. She not only helps Christian authors publish their books – she also guides them along by showing them how to market those books. Although the primary focus is on Christian books, this site graciously provides perspectives from other faiths.
Each Sunday, the author posts upcoming information for the week to help readers become enthused about new authors and events.
She has gathered resources for other Christian writers as well as offering her insights on fiction through the perspective of a Christian lens.
The selections are varied – guidebooks, fiction, and other genres – and Emily doesn’t always post a positive review, which can be refreshing. HMML also is a microfilm repository that helps preserve the actual document against theft and destruction. The college also uploads radio shows that present various conversations about culture with a Christian perspective.
She reviews for various publishing companies, and the books all come with a Christian perspective, if not about Christianity.
Christian mothers provide ratings and reviews for other moms, so it can be easy to choose which books will provide the best reading material for kids.
Some of the genres and topics in this blog include romance, science fiction, YA fiction, Disney Books, and general fiction. She also provides readers with insights into her daily life, written in a manner that suggests she’s writing a letter to a friend. Various writers provide Christian insights into these topics, encouraging debate and discussion.
These sites offer different perspectives on The Bible, from daily quotations to deeper analysis of scripture. Now she categorizes her scriptures to make it easier for her readers to choose verses to learn. The insights into these films include those in the past, the ones currently showing and upcoming movies. Just visit the site or read the Bible verses through email, Facebook, Twitter, text message, iGoogle, or RSS feed. As part of the Theology on the Web ministry, this site offers a wide variety of reliable resources.
More of a scholarly blog, the material in these posts can take Bible students deeper into understanding the scriptures. The writings also encourage further study of theology, archaeology, ministry, and the relationship between God’s Word and life. The massive amount of scholarly research that has been published on Christianity makes it hard to know where to start, and these sites are more approachable and fun to read.
The blogger has primarily refocused her efforts to another blog, but the backlog here is well worth a look. His experiences as a pastor, nonprofit leader, and scholar help him provide the resources that readers might need to live and think like leaders. Readers also can find friendship, entertainment, and news on this blog as well as a supportive community. Learn through video, podcast, and writings about ancient doctrines, early Christianity, and teachings. Meet Mom (Carolyn), Nicole, Kristin, and Janelle as they toss around thoughts like feta cheese on salads (or is it the other way around?).
Feel free to engage with the blog writers, too, who offer engaging topics for conversation. They share their perspectives and research on Christian faith and practice with readers on a regular basis. All quotes are handpicked to inspire and comfort readers, from Bible quotes to quotes about business, education, and faith. Learn about various bindings, coverings, and editions from a writer who is drawn to quality production and design.

You’ll also find daily scriptures, commentary, encouragement, and thoughts for reflection at this blog. He shares some rants and writings and enjoys the feedback – so join in on the often entertaining and refreshing conversation and share your thoughts. Robert Cargill is the assistant professor of classics and religious studies at the University of Iowa. Enjoy the posts that often are used as teaching materials and food for further discussions.
Enjoy the cultural as well as spiritual aspect of including giants in the Bible – and you can help speculate why they exist and how they might contribute to today’s faith.
The hope is to use education and support to help Christians better understand how some words and actions create that negative image. Renovare is a nonprofit organization that encourages intentional living through Christian discipleship.
Some of the fascinating scholarly writing focuses on Second Temple Judaism, early Israelite religion, and textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible. The goal is to harmonize all scriptures with God’s attributes as a loving, omnipotent, and omniscient power. Readers can enjoy discuss of issues that combine Christianity and theology with disability ministry, thanks to Jeff McNair, a special education teacher who has been involved for over three decades with ministry to adults with intellectual disabilities. The discussion is rooted in scripture, but the topics may surprise you – these writers are taking on the world. Designed for open minds that seek to spread the word through alternative venues, Matt welcomes discussion and comments. The goal is to build a network to tweak the message so that it pertains to today’s culture. Founded by a pastor who was imprisoned for his faith, this blog helps to spread the word about this important mission. His vision now is to establish a global community of believers who want to redefine the experience of being a Christian and witnessing that change to others. His personal mission is to know God, obey Jesus, make disciples, and plant churches – if this message resonates with you, then check out his blog.
He also is an ordinary guy who loves Chicago, baseball, James Taylor, and Apple computers…but, he also wants to leave a legacy of writing about a Jesus-shaped life that may inspire others to follow. Her posts, which are thoughtful and insightful, can challenge some traditional thought and provide insights that can inspire. His blog hones in on the New Testament and Christian origins, providing readers with historical and theoretical insights. It offers multiple sites and other feedback that can help anyone looking to enhance their craft. One category the site offers is Bible Studies which highlights multiple aspects of the bible.
It takes some planning, but you can chip away at graduate school costs several different ways, leaving it within your reach. Application Fee Waivers: At many schools, you can attend an open house or contact an admissions coordinator and have them waive the application fee. Student Discounts: One of those little things that can add up to a lot is your student discount. Graduate School Grants: Unlike loans, grants are basically free money from the government, and they can chop thousands of dollars from your graduate school bill.
Graduate Assistantships: This is the classic route to take for graduate students, and there are really no downsides to it, except that you might have to go long stretches without sleep. Tuition Tax Deduction: This may not sound like much, but, the truth is, you can get up to $4,000 chopped off your tax bill this way.
Cyr is a strong community advocate, having supported the United Way in various leadership roles throughout his career.
The best clergy and church administrators have years of training and practice, and continue to learn more about Christian leadership even years into their careers. Tom Cocklereece uses “values-based renewal coactive coaching,” which is based upon leadership doing what you believe, changing what is necessary to succeed, and committing to collaboration. This ambition requires a special vision and leadership, which he shares through his blog, Twitter, and Facebook. His focus is on bringing church planters and pastors together, but he also lectures about effective leadership at denominational and ecumenical leadership gatherings across the globe. His research is based upon Biblical studies and the sciences, and his posts are very thought provoking. This position provides him with an interesting perspective on his leadership and for others who want to learn more about the contents and meaning contained in Biblical scripture. Berger, an Alvernia University faculty member, will share techniques for making networking more effective and beneficial. In the scheme of things, this fee may not be much, but it’s an expense you can easily be rid of from the start. Employees of these partnered non-profits receive a 20% discount on tuition from Alvernia University. Some employers require employees to take classes or even get degrees to enrich their work skills. Our students benefit from our liberal arts foundation that offers a well-rounded education to help them develop their own opinions, attitudes, and beliefs. With a College of Arts and Sciences and College of Professional Studies, Alvernia today offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and minors and a range of graduate programs at the master’s and doctoral levels through its School of Graduate and Adult Education.
On the graduate level, the university is known as a leading provider of traditional and online MBA in Reading and the surrounding communities in Pottsville, Harrisburg, Allentown, Lancaster, Kutztown and Philadelphia.
The majority of classes in this program are offered in a modular format, which means classes meet once a week for eight weeks, with the rest of the course work completed online. Our students benefit from our liberal arts foundation that offers a well-rounded education to help them develop their own opinions, attitudes and beliefs. Cyr, senior vice president for the Enterprise Segment of CommScope Inc., Richardson, Texas, as chairman of its board. Cyr guides strategic planning for the Enterprise Segment, addressing opportunities and challenges to meet the company’s growth objectives worldwide. This segment of sites is dedicated to Christian leaders who have decided to share the skills they’ve learned over years of experience. Participants will also get to practice networking techniques with other participants in a comfortable, supportive environment. If you’re a member of a minority, for instance, there are a number of grants available to minority groups, depending on your major. Not only can you get tuition remission and an hourly wage, you get invaluable experience in your field and a better chance of landing a job once you graduate. You can get Stafford loans just like a lot of you probably did when you were undergrads, and there are plenty of private loans as well. Tufan Tiglioglu, The O’Pake Institute for Ethics Leadership and Public Service Director, R.
Three of the nine nursing courses are offered in a semester format.Nurses can start taking classes while completing the application process. They also receive first-rate professional preparation to provide them with the skills and knowledge needed for career success after graduation.
He has been an Alvernia trustee since 2003 and most recently served vice chair of the board.
Knowing as much as possible about the company's past performance and future plans can make your interview more interactive and will be an advantage in a competitive job market. Combine that with some of the other methods on this list, and what you owe could shrink by half or more. The only hitch is that they will often wait until the end of the semester before shelling out money.
Matteo’s depth of knowledge in social psychology is critical for understanding organizational behavior, especially concerning teams and group dynamics.
There is no cost for the program, which will include breakfast, but a $5 donation is suggested. Fortunately, it is possible to defer payments through the school’s billing department until your employer gets around to reimbursing you. In the same study, findings suggest that increasing the amount of care provided by nurses with BSN degrees to 80% would result in significantly lower readmission rates and shorten the length of hospital stays.
The Future of Nursing Report recommends that nurses achieve higher levels of education in an effort to respond to the demands of an evolving health care system and meet the changing needs of patients. Grants can pay not only your tuition, but also school fees and the cost of textbooks and more. You can search the websites, but don’t forget that you can create questions and answers with the research you have done on the company. The program is the first of its kind offered in the region, with enrollment currently underway.The MOL program is designed for a wide range of technical and functional experts, supervisors, managers, project managers and executives.
Classes are offered in the evenings with traditional, blended and online formats available. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) compiled a fact sheet that contains greater details on these and other studies.
While all of these studies differ in the approach they took when examining the topic of nurses with a BSN degree, all researchers’ consistently note that a more educated nursing staff helps improve patient outcomes. Graduates develop and enhance their expertise to deliver healthcare to individuals, families and community groups in a wide range of healthcare environments.
Graduates develop and enhance their expertise to optimally deliver healthcare to individuals, families, and community groups in a wide range of healthcare environments. That’s what employers are looking for!Remember the above tips are exactly just that, tips. She’ll bring her proven ability to demonstrate how social theory applies to professional life into the classroom. Classes are offered in the evenings at Alvernia’s main campus in Reading, and are delivered in traditional, blended and online formats.
The curriculum focuses on developing the knowledge, skills, abilities and behaviors essential for effectively leading teams, groups and organizations. By embracing a multidisciplinary approach, students gain a holistic perspective necessary for making decisions in today’s complex business environment. Ariyaratne, Leader and spiritual guide of the Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement, Connie Matsui, Vice Chair of the San Diego Foundation, and Otto Scharmer, Senior Lecturer of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Vice Chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on New Leadership Models.

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