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An Orthodox Guide to Pastoral Blogging
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An Orthodox Guide to Pastoral Blogging


Preachers Institute 2011

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Fr. John A. Peck’s guide to Orthodox Christian blogging takes you step by step through starting and running a blog. This concise manual includes everything you need to get a running start on writing a great blog with a pastoral focus. This booklet is designed especially for the Preachers Institute’s annual “30(40) Days of Blogging.”

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Key Features

  • Provides guidance for creating a pastoral blog
  • Takes you step by step through the process of blogging
  • Shares practical insights in a concise and accessible format


  • Introduction
  • Getting Started
  • Do’s & Don’ts
  • 30 (40) Days of Blogging
  • Why I Blog, by Fr. James Coles
  • Get Your Blog On
  • The Pithy Quotation
  • The New Testament Challenge
  • Saints Alive Blogging
  • Apologetic Blogging
  • Aggregate Blogging
  • Patristic Blogging
  • Blogging On The Uncategorizable
  • Time To Blog
  • Reading The Bible The Orthodox Way
  • Slogging Through Your Blogging

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About John A. Peck

Father John A. Peck is a priest of the Orthodox Church in America. He studied at Michigan State University, St. Herman Theological Seminary, and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. He runs the Preachers Institute, Journey to Orthodoxy, and Good Guys Wear Black websites. Some of his other books include Divine Liturgy: A Student Study Guide Festal Homilaria, Patristic Homilies for the 12 Great Feasts, Patristic Sermons for the Feasts of the Theotokos, and Bible Drill, Bible Divas Youth Program Manuals.

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