Back in the 1970s an evangelistic campaign featured yellow signs and bumper stickers that simply said, “I found it!” And today? Summer could be a good time for your church to try new visibility strategies or give a second try to an earlier effort that ran out of steam.
Ironically, we often must miss something — like pleasant weather, good health, slow walks and fast computers — to really appreciate our blessings.
When personal computers are sluggish, opening programs is time-consuming and websites are slow to load, users are apt to try a number of useless solutions — pressing Enter over and over, hitting the keys harder or screaming.
Professional photographers go through a time-consuming process to get that "just-right" photo. They deserve compensation. What are ways you can make sure you have the legal right to use a picture you found online?
Sharing a smile or a hug or an expression of kindness can be more meaningful than most gaily wrapped presents. If you get stuck in materialism or distractions from the Christmas message, use these resources to inspire you:
A home stager in California moves homes quicker and for a higher price by depersonalizing online photos to hide sellers’ identities. This approach is also critical when disposing of electronic and office equipment.