The editors are pleased to announce the addition of three new columnists to the slate of Forthright Magazine, reinforcing the already strong group of writers who contribute weekly to the ezine. Continue reading
Maybe you’re happy that a only small group of friends sees your cat pictures or short comments. But your public content deserves to be seen by a wider audience, right? Some things you want the world to see.
When you want to share with the world, your articles, reflections, photos, and links should all be easily available to anyone who wants to see them.
Here are some reasons why it’s not advisable to post your public content to Facebook, along with suggestions about what to do. Continue reading
(A tweet is a post or message published on Twitter, with a limit of 140 characters.)
Finishing manuscript for missionary retreat.
— J. Randal Matheny (@jrmatheny) April 2, 2008
The first tweet for Forthright Press came later, on 12 December. Continue reading
A large religious publisher apparently makes a monthly call for prayer for its authors. Their practice reminds us that many in the brotherhood are writing books, Sunday school curriculum, articles, poems, and posts. Wouldn’t it be a grand thing to include them in our regular prayers?
Perhaps you’d like to include such a supplication to the Lord in a prayer with your brethren as well in private.
If you’ve not visited the displays at the FHU Lectureship, be sure and visit our stand. Barbara Oliver is there behind the table, with Mike Brooks, who also has up a display of his work in Nepal and Bangladesh.
We’ve got all the Forthright books, plus some!
The display area is in the gym next to Loyd Auditorium.
Be the first to try out the new Christian forum right here on the Forthright Press website.
This cool forum was made for the 21st century, totally unlike the forum scripts popular in the 90s.
You’re welcome to post articles, questions, personal reflections, and links.
You can sign up directly and quickly with the forum service or log in with your Facebook account.
Testing this forum software on my personal blog, I found it to provide a positive experience.
The Christian Forum is an easy space for dynamic interaction.
With it we hope to serve our friends, readers, and family in Christ even better.
A sister in Christ bought 100 copies of the Choose book for a ladies day. In order to present the book to the participants, she asked author J. Randal Matheny a couple of questions about the book.
Q: Often we see books that address a problem this way: “If you’re feeling “______,” then read “________,” as a tool to make you feel or do better somehow. You address a different way to approach this area. What inspired you to write about choices, and specifically 13 of them? Continue reading
On Facebook, Forthright Press has opened a group for authors in churches of Christ. It’s open to everyone who’s interested in books in print published for the brotherhood. Authors come from many publishers, and many of them are self-published. All are welcome!
Recent discussions include citation complicated by the Internet, online resources for research, and new books in preparation by members of the group.
Here’s the group description:
Highlighting the work of authors of *books in print,* in churches of Christ, who believe that the New Testament is the pattern for faith and practice. Not for progressives, non-institutional or instrumental positions. Please don’t post notice of events, invitations, or other content not related to writing or authors in churches of Christ.
The groups is designed to encourage authors through contact with each other and to bring authors and readers together.
Fellows and admins of The Fellowship Room, editors and columnists of Forthright Magazine, advisory board members, editors, and contributors of BrotherhoodNews.com, members and collaborators of other sites and efforts, as well as supporters and encouragers of this service done for the approval and glory of God, all join to call upon the Sovereign Ruler for his powerful presence to bring to your life meaning and joy and peace and every good thing. Continue reading
This year, we found a plan that we’ve been following for several weeks and it has been the best we’ve seen so far.
So we recommend it to you. The link goes to a TFR post where we mentioned it some time back.
Here’s a picture and a description of our experience after 17 days.
There are many good plans out there. What’s important is to find one that works for you and inspires you to read all of God’s word regularly.
And don’t forget that Forthright Press has a number of books to help when you turn from your reading to some serious study.
On BrotherhoodNews.com we have two posts, and one set for tomorrow, sharing reflections looking back over the year now past. Why not share yours? Here’s what you need to know:
Do you have a reflection as you look back on 2013, based on some event or special moment? Send it with a photo of yourself and your location and congregation to BNc at firstname.lastname@example.org.