By Joe LaGuardia They say that, in writing, honesty is the best policy. Stephen King advises in On Writing that writing is best when it tells the truth. In Right to Write, Julia Cameron has an entire chapter on honesty and its merits in writing. Creative writing coaches will tell you, if it ain’t the truth, it ain’tContinue reading “Is Honesty the Best Preaching Policy?”
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Do Pastors Need Monologues?
By Joe LaGuardia This past week, I’ve been addicted to a new channel on XM Radio devoted to old Tonight show episodes with Johnny Carson. I get a kick out of his monologues. What is most intriguing is the humor and relevance that make monologues so timeless. The talkshow host infuses current events with satireContinue reading “Do Pastors Need Monologues?”