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Do I need to have a website if my business is small or if the product I’m selling or the service I’m offering is not online-based?
In this tech-savvy world where children get to learn how to operate a tablet computer even before they learn how to read, it may come as a surprise to know that there are still small business owners out there who miss out on one of the most powerful marketing tools available to them.
I somehow understand the hesitation. The World Wide Web can be a labyrinth for beginner Christian entrepreneurs. It’s challenging enough to start a business; having to learn technical things can be an added stress.
But you don’t need to be techy in order to establish your business presence online. The key is in knowing the basics and finding the right people to do it for you.
In this episode we talk to author and speaker Holly Nelson, owner of 2C Development Group, a website development company. Holly’s business has been around since 1996, creating sites that convert visitors into customers.
Holly will share with us important information website-less business owners need to know before sourcing for a company to help you build your company website.
DCL Today is a weekly forum for open discussion on selected scripture. Join us as we take an eveyday approach to the Word of God. A casual conversation that works to bring the Gospel message alive for your life today. Our hope is that we bring a practical application and meaning forward to our listeners, Sudnay evenings at 5:30pm CDT.
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Global Peeks sits down with Nadirah Muhammad, a Muslim health and fitness teacher who freely donated her kidney to a Christian student in need of a transplant. Mrs. Muhammad will share her unparalleled act of love and what motivated her kindness.
Globally there has been an increase of bloodshed in the name of faith, Muslims vs Christians, Jews vs Muslims ect. However in the midst of a world being fed a constant media diet of such turmoil, this act by one Sister demonstrates a more truthful picture of interfaith relations.
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Duneland Christian Living Today seeks to engage listeners to continue their discovery of our living God. Through discussions centered on selected scripture, this show hopes to bring God's Word into view for your life today.
We are blessed to share openly with listeners our own struggles and prayers to discern and follow in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
May all be drawn closer in relationship to God and each other through the gift of grace and love from Jesus Christ.
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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott invites author of Becoming a Spiritually Healthy Family Michelle Anthony to the show.
Dr. Michelle Anthony is the Vice President and Publisher of Learning Resources at David C Cook. She is the author of Spiritual Parenting, Dreaming of More for the Next Generation, The Big God Story, and her newest book Becoming a Spiritually Healthy Family (January 2015). Michelle has over twenty-five years of church ministry and leadership experience in children’s and family ministries and graduate degrees in Christian Education, Bible, and Theology from Talbot School of Theology and Southern Seminary. In her free time, Michelle enjoys being with her family, reading a good book, and the beach … while drinking a strong cup of coffee.
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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott chats with author and podcaster Amanda Hope Haley.
Amanda Hope Haley has a bachelor of arts in religious studies from Rhodes College and a master of theological studies in Hebrew Scripture and Interpretation from Harvard University. She contributed to The Voice Bible translation as a writer and editor, and she has been an editor and curricula ghost writer for popular Christian authors. Amanda maintains a blog, Healthy and Hopeful, where she encourages women to live whole lives in community with God, family, and each other. Her first book, Barren among the Fruitful: Navigating Infertility with Hope, Wisdom, and Patience was released by HarperCollins Christian Publishers on October 7, 2014, as part of the InScribed Collection. Amanda and her husband David recently moved to Denver, Colorado, and look forward to new friends and new adventures out West.
Amanda enjoys hosting people in her home for small group studies and serving her church community however she can. She loves cooking, crafting, and party planning, but she’s happiest when exploring new places with her husband and spoiling her godchildren Elijah, Jack, and Lily.