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Why should you blog for UrbanMinistry.org?

  • Because we want to hear from you!
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  • It's great for networkingIt's a way to share and help others.

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  4. Add a title and body for your new blog post, and click save.
  5. Your new blog post will appear on the UrbanMinistry.org in The Latest section.

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