4 reasons why posting your public content on Facebook is a bad idea

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.

That goes double for devotional thoughts, Bible meditations, and gospel articles.

Here are some reasons why it’s not advisable to post your public content to Facebook, along with suggestions about what to do.Read More


We’re hosting a FB group for Christian authors and readers

Come join the Facebook group for authors and readers.

Come join the Facebook group for authors and readers.

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.