Monthly Archives: January 2012

Hip-Hop Artist Says Good Rhymes Aren’t Enough Without Gospel Truth

January 24, 2012 8 Comments
D.A. Horton, hip-hop artist, Bible teacher, and professor, reveals the troubling gap between urban evangelicalism and biblical literacy, and how this led him to writing his new book, G.O.S.P.E.L.  Check out his album featuring the songs in the book here!

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The Blessings and Curses of Social Media: An Interview with Unfriend Yourself Author Kyle Tennant

January 17, 2012 11 Comments

With social media in vogue, are in-the-flesh relationships out of style? Kyle Tennant, author of Unfriend Yourself, says no–and gives a few pointers in this interview for making the most of our relationships both online and in person. Read on for a chance to win a copy of his new book! Continue reading

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Toothpaste, Shopping Malls, and the Need for Curated Content

January 11, 2012 4 Comments
Steve Lyon, Editor-in-Chief, considers the need for traditional publishing houses in a Do-It-Yourself age

Last week, I argued the real question for today’s publishers isn’t “Is publishing dead?” but “Is content dead?” If you read my blog, you know my …

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The Real Question for Publishing in 2012

January 3, 2012 5 Comments
Our Editor-in-Chief, Steve Lyon, redirects the question many are asking about the future of publishing. 

Is publishing dead?

Some people think so – and while I understand their conclusion, I’d like to suggest the real question is, “Is content dead?”…

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