Starting immediately, there will be some scheduling changes afoot for Money Help For Christians (MH4C). I will only be posting 4-5 times a week for at least a two month trial period. You now officially have the weekends off.
So, Am I Becoming A Slacker?
No, at least I don’t think so. I’m applying something I’ve been living in my personal life – more with less. I’m going to try and be more focused so that I can get more mileage out of every post on MH4C.
Basically, I’m trying to make the best use of my time. I won’t be spending any less time writing, I’m just trying a new approach to how, where, and when I post.
If the changes don’t bring the desired results then we might just revert back to the daily posts. Only time will tell. Thanks for being patient as I tinker with my posting schedule.
Part of writing time will now be focused on completing an ebook and study guide that is intended to be used by churches, individuals, and small groups. I’ve had several conversations with individuals talking about the cost of Bible and money related materials. Some of you are looking for good resources to use in the classroom or a small group, but are finding it hard to get something in your price range. Since I’ve written dozens of Sunday school class curriculums, I thought I would answer the call with both an ebook and a workbook.
I’ll give you a heads up now and let you know this will be a paid product. FYI, when I first launch the product there will be some fantastic prices available to my readers.
As for the launch date, all I can say is – stay tuned.
Here’s the new posting schedule:
- Monday or Tuesday I’ll post a comprehensive guide to some aspect of personal finances. Part of my extra time each week will be devoted to at least one lengthy and comprehensive post.
- Wednesdays (with some flexibility) I’ll post a Bible and money related post.
- Friday I’ll answer readers’ questions with a roundup. If you have a question, you can email me mhforc at gmail dot com.
My other articles on the web:
Carnival of Personal Finance (#238) and Carnival of Personal Finance (#239).