The reviews & interviews are coming in!
We’re grateful for those who have taken the time to dig in and write about @stickyJesus: how to live out your faith online. If you are a blogger, or journalist who would like to review our book, we welcome you warmly to do so. Here are the first reviews hot off the press:
Ron Edmondson is a church planter and pastor of Grace Community Church. He has a heart for strategy, leadership and marketing; especially geared toward developing churches and growing and improving the Kingdom of God. Ron weighs in on @stickyJesus and hosts a wildly popular book-giveaway.
Michele Sarabia is a writer and speaker who has eight years of leadership experience with MOPS International. Michelle was so moved by @stickyJesus, she’s hosting a “@stickyJesus Read-Along” between a number of bloggers, starting Dec. 9, 2010, and running consecutive Thursdays until the book is finished! Join in if you can!
Leading in Shades of Grey, is a blog by Jenni Catron, executive director of Crosspoint Church. Jenni writes about leading well equipping others, namely women, to do the same.
Christian Media 2.0, Gordon Marcy is a respected blogger on all things communication, evangelism, and the church. Gordon has posted his interview with @stickyJesus authors about the need for online outreach as well as the story behind the story of how the authors met.
Sandra Heska King, Christian writer, blogger, and book reviewer, Sandra often spills the ink on writing, fiction, poetry, and literature.
One Passion, One Devotion, a blog authored Claire McLean, echoes the fires of revival from the shores of Auckland, New Zealand. Claire is an avid blogger and teacher who writes about God and evangelism.
Amy K. Sorrells, a nurse by night and writer by day, Amy blogs about Christian living, books, family, and faith.
Peter Pollack is an author, speaker and technology blogger who writes about writing, books, technology, and random (albeit very interesting) topics.
Turning Up the Light, blogger Karen Ann Moore, writes about Christian books, biblical insight, and daily inspiration.
I’d Rather be Caving, blogger, book lover, and avid caver Curtis Cecil blogs on religion, life, Christianity, music and much more.