Do you have questions about our graphic ministry, the bible or art ministry? I will post under this index those questions I am often asked. So, read here before writing the gallery. This may help keep the e-mail down to a manageable pile.
Questions About: blogging, linking or our blog in particular.
- Is the pick and print gallery’s ministry Protestant or Catholic?
- Does the gallery staff believe in salvation by works?
- Why is the pickandprintgallery called a “gallery” when it is really a Christian clip art file?
- How often should I blog in order to have a “successful” blog?
- Is it important to purchase my own domain name?
- What type of Christian blog should I develop for ministry purposes?
- Should pastors blog?
- Is it better to open a free blog software site for my church than regular internet web pages?
- What kinds of posts are popular for others to link to?
- Is linking to those who do not link back to me important?
- How do I get others to link to my blog?
- What kinds of things should I include on my blog so that search engines will rank it higher?
- Does the color of my blog even matter?
- The top ten mistakes bloggers can and do make?
- The top twelve mistakes pastors make as website owners?
- How might I give back to your Christian graphics ministry?
- What happened to the older pick and print gallery blog?
- Where might I find an accurate calendar of the major Orthodox movable feast days?
- How often should I post on my blog?
Questions About: Art Ministry.
- Must an art ministry be run by an artistic person?
- Are there rules about “how” to exhibit art in a church?
- Are there artworks that shouldn’t be exhibited in a church art show?
- Who is best qualified to review artworks in our church?
- Where should we hang a church art exhibit?
- Should artists be allowed to sell their work out of a church?
- How should our church select a religious topic for an art show?
- Is your art ministry . . . Christian?
- What has an algorithm got to do with me?
Questions About: Religious Art and Culture.
Links to Blogging Etiquette:
- Check Your Guns at the Door: Responding Like Christians to Blogs and Web Forums – Every blogger in ministry/Christian blogger for Jesus should read this article before posting on their own blog or responding to someone else on a blog they do not own.
- Netiquette or Internet Etiquette – excellent list
- 5 Blogging Etiquette Tips for Beginning Bloggers – Tips and obvious blunders for all kinds of bloggers
- Agents: Etiquette of Blogging – for professionals who blog about business
- Have a Business Purpose Behind Every Blog Post You Write – think about “how” others read what you write
- Blog Etiquette or Blogtiquette – good rules to follow, for everyone
- Blog Etiquette – improve your practices
- Core Netiquette Rules - begin at the beginning
Always resubmit your web pages to search engines after you update the content. Do this routinely, at least three times a year.