Creating a New Lead Magnet

The writing group I belong to has a lead magnet master class we are going through. I just completed one worship magnet, “The No Unanswered Prayers Checklist” you can get on the right sidebar under any blog post or blog page. But I’m thinking of creating a lead magnet that is geared around the gifts of the Spirit. Would you be interested in getting an email minicourse on the gifts? If so, comment and let me know. I’m using this as a test case for learning how to make other lead magnets.

Aside from much of my writing going into sermon preparation for Sunday, I have been able to get ahead of my blog posts for a week. I hope to keep ahead of them. I am still heavily invested in my life group, our third week coming this Sunday. I will be extremely busy this Sunday with a sermon, selling my books, and my life group.

Once I am prepared for Sunday, I will concentrate on my book writing. One goal I have is to flesh out the preliminary information for my book “Meditation on the Lord’s Supper.” If you have any thoughts on what you want to know about the Lord’s Supper, or a topic surrounding the Lord’s Supper, let me know in the comments.

My reading schedule has been really off for the last couple of weeks. I’m trying to stay ahead of a goal of reading 70 books this year. I thought this was a manageable goal. I am keeping right with it right now. But I don’t like my reading to get behind. One of the best ways to become a good writer is to become a good reader first.

There’s a lot of chatter about AI technology and if it is ethical to use it for writing. I thought the other day about writing an article for writers and authors evaluating some AI tools specifically geared toward writers. It would be fun for me to evaluate them. If that’s something you are interested in, comment so I know to prioritize it over other ideas. Those of the projects I have taken on for the next couple of weeks. I will post my sermon on the sermons page as soon as I can get everything together. Until next week, May the Lord bless you as you remain productive for Him and His Kingdom.

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