Blog

Adventist, Advertising, Camille G. Weston, Christian, Content Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Web Content, Web Design

Childcare Center – Noah’s Ark Group Daycare of Conway, SC

Personally, I have known Delinda Cochran for over 26 years. While I was pregnant with my oldest daughter (now, an adult daughter) she showed me such loving care and has always been such a kind-hearted, respectable Christian.

It was an honor to build her business’ website and promote advertising using content marketing and SEO search engine optimization strategies. I am excited to see enterprises such as this one grow and prosper. She is a licensed ABC childcare provider working in association with the Department of Social Services. This group daycare in Conway, SC has been established since 1998.

 – Written by Camille G. Weston

 

https://noahsarkgroupdaycare.wordpress.com

Noah's Ark Group Daycare Bible Study Picture

Advertisements
Articles, Bible Studies, Camille G. Weston, Christian, Theology, Web Content, Writing

An Analysis of Psalm 23


Psalm 23, an etude

David_and_Goliath

This poetic expression of Psalm 23 is faithful to the beautiful creative art of poetry and psalm writing, while expressing praise to God. May this reading increase your faith and give you peace.

This article was written by Camille G. Weston for coursework at Sinclair Community College © Camille G. Weston (2015).

 

Camille Weston

Overcoming Christian Writer’s Block

Overcoming Christian Writer's Block
Overcoming Christian Writer’s Block

Pastors and evangelists who write for Christian ministry are always looking for innovative ways to portray the beauty of God’s love for humanity. However, difficulty articulating important concepts and deciding what topics to write about can happen to the most experienced theologians. The good news is Christian writers can use a variety of creative solutions, including Bible study archives maintained by the church, for fresh ideas and interesting subject matter. When referenced properly, these theological resources can generate unique and engaging written content for the purposes of evangelistic ministry.

Christian writers should begin every work session with prayer; intentionally inviting the Holy Spirit into every aspect of their lives and especially in the work of the Lord. Any work within the context of ministry is sacred and writers certainly need to be guided by the Holy Spirit to be successful in evangelism.

Church archives can be especially valuable in stimulating fresh ideas and renewed topics for sermons, articles and Bible studies. This is an inexhaustible way to produce Christian web content writing as well. One of my favorite resources include the Sabbath School lesson archives at the official website of the Seventh-day Adventist church. Christian ministry leaders can find a virtual treasure trove of Sabbath School quarterlies dating back to the year 2003. Each page has innovative and engaging subject matter that is also referenced by correlating Scriptures. In consideration of hundreds of pages in each quarterly and four quarters to a year, there is unlimited potential for fresh ideas upon which articles and sermons can be based and the gospel subsequently preached.

Christian writers should also consider contributing to Ministry Magazine, an international journal for pastors. Published by the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, this resource is frequently perused by a diverse range of clergy, ministers in training and evangelistic laypersons.

Potential contributors should carefully regard the written guidelines for writer’s submissions and have a strong understanding of SDA Biblical adherence, including the seventh-day Sabbath. Christian leadership, pastors and writers will find this resource useful for ministry management and referencing Biblical substantiation for doctrinal support.

Ministry in Motion is a video-based ministry that features segments on what has proven effective in Church ministry. These conversational dialogues can be instructional and include ways to maintain membership and encourage Church growth. Featured segments on topics such as “How to Prepare Powerful Biblical Sermons”are especially helpful for those in pastoral ministry and can also be enlightening for writers and publishers in their work.

Church ministry archives can help content writers successfully overcome writer’s block and these resources should also be regarded as potentials for creative submission.

Jesus promised believers that “he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do,” (John 14:12) While we can never do greater works than God, we do have the potential to reach greater numbers of people by following the guidance of the Holy Spirit and using the technological advancements available today.

As the world eagerly awaits the second coming of Jesus Christ; writers, web developers and ministry leaders should certainly consider their work to be an important aspect to fulfilling the great commission of Jesus Christ. Technological innovations provide viable venues of evangelistic outreach, enabling believers to preach the word of God more efficiently and subsequently fulfill their respective ministries. (2 Timothy 4:5)

“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.” (Matthew 24:14)

This article was written by Camille G. Weston, Christian Writer

Advertising, Articles, Camille G. Weston, Certification, Christian, Content Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Theology, Web Content, Writing

Public Relations with Camille G. Weston

Camille G. Weston, Christian Web Content Writer and Biblical Research Theologian
Camille G. Weston

Hi, I’m Camille G. Weston.

I am a Christian web content marketing strategist experienced in engineering websites to achieve top placement in the search engines. My expertise can help to create engaging content for your website based on data analyses and web content campaign strategies.

Please feel free to contact me at (240) 847-7222 or by using this form for an content marketing campaign consultation, including a free search engine optimization (SEO) website analysis.

Join me on LinkedIn. I love to discuss industry related news and web development.

Camille Weston of Integrity144 public relations implemented with experience, creativity and integrity.

Cooking, Vegan

Granola with Raisins, Brooklyn style and vegan

Homemade Granola with Raisins (Brooklyn style & vegan)

Granola is exceptionally good eating. It is easy to make and has many creative variations such as using dried fruit including cranberries, mango, pineapple, etc. instead of raisins. I personally love the fact that it tastes so much better than store bought cereals & snacks. The cost to put this together is so minimal! A good idea because these are ingrediants that you’ll be using for many other meals and they are very inexpensive.

My ma made this with me when I was young and I appreciate everything she taught me about good, healthy vegan cooking. This particular recipe is my own creative mix based on personal experiences later on in life on a tight, urban budget.

Ready? Let’s do this!

Ingrediants

4 cups oats (rolled oats, not quick mix)
1 cup flour
1/2 tsp salt

Mix these dry ingrediants together in a bowl and set in the fridge for about 10 minutes. Let that chill while we work on the sweet stuff in the meantime. 

Sweet Stuff

1 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup oil
1/4 cup margarine
1 cup dried fruits (choose raisins or cranberries or mango or pineapple)

In a sauce pan, on very low heat, put oil and margarine. When melted down, add brown sugar. Let this melt into mixture and stir until sweet, yummy liquid. Keep warm to maintain liquid state.

Preheat oven to 300 degrees.

Grease baking sheets, pans, whatever you normally bake in.

Take what’s chillin’ out of the fridge. Pour the sweet liquid mixture over the dry oatmeal chilled and stir. When well-mixed, squish together with hands and release. By doing this, we are forming these delicious clumps of yummy, brown sugar sweetened oats. Not too much, it doesn’t take too much. We’ll have better chunks of sweet and yum later.

If you are intending to make granola bars, stir into mixture dried fruits of raisins, or whatever you have chosen.

If you intend to make granola cereal, hold off the dried fruits for now.

Pour oats and sweet liquid mixture into baking pans. Spread evenly across baking pan. Bake at 300 degrees for 40 minutes.

After 40 minutes, take out of the oven and if intending to make granola bars slice into shapes right now. If making granola cereal, let it cool out for about 10 minutes.

Once cool, break into chunks and add dried fruits such as raisins, etc.

If you got honey, feel free to drizzle on the granola and bake for a few extra minutes.

Store in covered container or sealed bags. You can freeze this for future use, too. Yum!

Camille Weston of Integrity144, an advertising agency specializing in search engine optimization strategies.

Camille Weston, Classical, Gospel, Music, Musical Instrument

The Art of Multi-Instrumentalism in Music

Beautiful, Musical Designs & The Art of Multi-Instrumentalism

The_Art_of_Multi-Instrumentalism_in_Music

Playing a musical instrument gives the soul a means of expressing itself in its physical manifestation by means of a level of articulation beyond the limits and socially acceptable context of words.

We can say in harmony and melody, in cadences and crescendos, that which we could never express in our normal vernacular by reasons of choice and conscientiousness. That being said, musicians frequently find that their means of expressing themselves more fully can be greatly enhanced by being able to expand upon their present musical vocabulary. As with speech, the more languages you know, the more options that you have to express unique predilections and emotions; the same scenario arises for musicians who play multiple instruments.

Drums cannot be played most fully by concentration and deep analysis. However, the classical piano cannot be played without the contrary. Playing the bass compels a feeling in the soul like a euphoric rumbling in which the musician is never really sure if its actually the sound vibration or an intangible connection to the soul. A deep, deep part of the soul that traditional melodies of the treble clef can rarely reach.

Musical genres can stimulate an essential part of our beings in ways indescribable as well. Gospel music, in the right environment, has the potential to awaken a sense that has yet to be identified. The spirit is lifting and there is life in true worship that simply cannot be defined easily. Neither can we articulate with ease the sudden intellectual awakening that occurs in contemplative moments while enjoying classical music.

Why wouldn’t you want to get up and dance when the bass groove is just right in ascents and descents methodically? Beautiful intertwining melodies bring out the songbird in everyone whether they can sing or not. Blessed you are, if you can’t and do. Blessed and filled with joy.

Believing that you must meet social standards to engage in an art form is constrictive to the degree that it almost distorts the purpose of the art. Art is for release and release cannot be measured. For as soon as you attempt to grade, measure or constrict the free expression of art it becomes something else. In present-day society where purpose must function as a means of some sort of security, we have forgotten that sometimes purpose for the sake of joy is a purpose within and of itself.

Music is, within in of itself, one of God’s greatest creations. We are told in Genesis 1 and in John 1 that the world was spoken into existence audibly. By word, the universe was brought into what humans now perceive. How powerful the potential creativity of sound? Sound, then can be revealed as not only a capable means of bringing into existence beautiful forms of art but also the Originator of the art itself.

An article by Camille G. Weston, sole proprietor of Integrity144, a web development firm specializing in web content campaign marketing and search engine optimization (SEO)