Writing well is one of those skills about which many people think, “You’re either born with it, or you’re not,” and while there are some people who do seemed to have been destined to put words to paper, writing is still a skill that can be honed and must be developed and practice. To that end, William Zinsser’s On Writing Well does a great explaining how to do that, while also defending the claim that since everyone has a voice, everyone can write.
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Let me clear this up up front. Just because you are working with God’s Word does not mean that copyright infringement, or in more spiritual terms, stealing, is okay. No if’s, and’s, or but’s about it. It is sinning and ignorance is NOT an excuse. You can get sues and you will lose. And if you are sinning, you will face a more serious consequence.
Now that I got my theology and legal aspect out of the way:
How do churches and individuals avoid copyright infringement?
Have you enjoyed my recent spur of posts about notebooks? Don’t answer that. I don’t care because I’m not going to stop. Now, this time, I’ve got something special for you.
It’s not a notebook: it’s so much more!
It’s an opportunity to design your own notebook.
This week Jeremy builds a mob farm for the general mob drops and he may or may not fall to his death at least once.
A while back I wrote a post called “flipping churches.” It was one of my first ever posts for ChurchMag and one that I was really interested in writing about. I didn’t think I had really heard anyone discussing the idea and thought it could be interesting to share some of my insights from the world of education. However, since then, I’ve heard nearly nothing on the topic and written nearly nothing too. So I thought it was time to poke the bear a bit more.