Has God called you to write and/or speak? If so, you need the right tools to make it happen!
God is speaking to many people, and not just those with well-known names:
Our God is alive, and He is speaking to regular folks like you, like me.
More than ever before, the world is ripe to hear the gospel message. And more than ever before, we have tools to deliver that message of hope—of our redemption through Christ’s Love— to a world that desperately needs it.
Thanks to the internet, we can send that message to places that we may never travel personally. All it takes is a willingness to share our testimonies (via a blog or book) to encourage others worldwide and point them to Christ.
With that in mind, I wanted to share the tools I use to share encouragement through this blog to people around the world. Full disclosure here, these are affiliate links that will ultimately keep this blog going. My personal commitment to you is that I will only share tools that I personally use and trust. If that trust is broken, I’ll remove them from the list.
If you choose to purchase any of the tools from my affiliate links, please send me any questions you have about how to best use them. I’ll answer questions via email to get you started.
HERE ARE THE TOOLS:
Book Formatting and Design for Self Publishers:
Vellum (This one is game-changer for authors! I used this to easily publish my latest book, 40 Prayers for Perilous Times.) What more can I say about Vellum.pub? If you want to indy publish, you won’t find an easier way to format your book for publishing other than with Vellum.pub. I’m so thankful I found it! One thing to note is that the software comes for the Mac. So sorry, Window users.
Hosting: Siteground Hosting – They’ve been around a long time. Siteground has a great reputation for support. Try the chat support team!
Webinars: Webinar Ninja This is an up-and-coming webinar service. The team at Webinar Ninja is working hard to provide an all-in-one platform for everything you need to run webinars: Live, Automated, Hybrid, Series or Summits. They are catering to those new to webinars as well those who have been doing them for some time. Simple interface, too!