How to Run While Carrying a Rifle or Shotgun

Pastor uses gun giveaways to lure young men to church

Giving away guns so you’ll believe in Jesus, Interesting way.

Pamela Kay Noble Brown

Baptism by rifle?  (Pastor Heath Mooneyham via his Facebook page) Baptism by rifle? (Pastor Heath Mooneyham via his Facebook page)

Giving away fish dinners, CDs, and crocheted blankets in order to lure people to church is one thing, but Ignite Church in Joplin, MO, has raised eyebrows with its radical membership drive.  According to a story in the NY Daily News today, Pastor Heath Mooneyham has crossed the line.  He is using semi-automatic weapons as bait to get young men to attend church.

Mooneyham advertised via Facebook, Twitter, and his website that he was looking for men to join the church.  He said that he especially wanted young men between the ages of 18-35 to become a part of Ignite Church’s ministry. To capture their attention, he promised to raffle off two Black Rain AR-15s on Father’s Day.  (Continue reading full story here.)

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How to get more for your Blog especially if it is not a popular topic

The topic of this blog is not popular, Hunting has became the black ship for some time, especially with all the activity of the ‘green movement’ which condemns hunting due to animals being killed. We are remember the incident of Melissa Bachman which took a photo of herself with a lion she killed, it caused a lot of fuss over the fact that she is a celebrity and she encourages hunting.

First of all this is Hippocratic because we as a society did not condemn hunting, many countries including several states inside the United States allow hunting and even nurturing big industries out of it, second there is nothing wrong for a celebrity to show her interests to the public, we want to eat the cake and leave it whole while reality is much more complex than the ideas we have on it.

Remember you have an audience – target that audience

every blog or website has a target crowd or potential people who we want to come and read our stuff, although it sounds simple a lot of good blogs remain underrated because of that, Good content maybe good for you but diversity of content will be the real winner, for example we’ll take hunting. Hunting is very popular in many circles and in many countries you may even use the “haters” in your advantage, if your blog posts get ranted about the “hunters” or “followers” will come to check it out and if your blog is well written they will stay.

1. Use the “haters” as a leverage, I do not mean create content specifically to piss people off but try to spread your blog or specific posts in their circles. add little oil to the fire. there is no bad publicity.

2. Use informational posts as much as possible including infographics to increase your engagement, inforgraphics are great tools to get your message through. check these tools.

3. Video content, the best content with the best engagement and views are videos. today Video is the most consumed content over the internet and it is growing, tablets and smartphones became little TV sets and with netflix, popcorn time and others, The internet demand videos.

When you make videos make sure you target your audience correctly, including which type of video content you choose to produce whether it is reviews of products, unboxing, testimonials or guides.

Here is a good Infographic on Video reviews : Tips on How To Create Video Reviews

How to make great video review

Mouse Hunt


Julie brought home a mouse today when he came in.  I didn’t take any pictures of it.  He dropped it right in front of the kittens and they were pretty interested.

A bit later I gave him one of his favorite “used to have catnip pillows” that he still loves even though every last whiff of catnip scent must be gone.

When I came back with a bit of paper towel he let me take it and I tossed it over the back wall.

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How to Master Your Investment in Videos !

While researching on ways to develop my blog and make it a better one I encountered a very good video that hits right the spot!


You wouldn’t start building a house without a blueprint — so why would you start filming a video without an idea of what you want it to look like when it’s done? Figuring out what you want to achieve before you bust out the camera will keep you on track, save you time and headaches, and make your final product much cleaner. – See more at: