Online Gift #6: Appreciation – Thank You and Merry Christmas!

merry christmas paul steinbrueckHi folks,

Sorry for the break from the Free Online Gifts Every Communicator Can Give  series this week. The Facebook/Instagram controversy and the unexpected expiration of our occ.tc domain name took us on a bit of a detour. (The expired occ.tc issue resulted in the links shared by the Tweet button not to work for a few days.)

A great gift every communicator can and should give those they communicate with is appreciation.

You’re pretty busy, right? Well, so are the people who get our newsletters, read our blogs and follow us on Twitter.  They have more on their plate than they have time for and yet they choose to read and occasionally comment and share our stuff.  Sometimes they encourage us and thank us for our work. Sometimes they share great ideas or even collaborate on projects.

The truth is our communication would be nothing without those we communicate with.

So, let me take the lead here and say…

Thank you…

…for reading Christian Web Trends!  …for your comments!  …for sharing posts on Facebook, Twitter and Google+!

If we provide you with web design, web hosting or search engine optimization services, thank you for the opportunity to serve you!

Merry Christmas!

About 2,000 years ago, God came to this earth in the flesh to be with us.  It is my hope that this Christmas you will experience a renewed sense of “God with us.”  His work in your heart and your life today is no less real, significant or powerful than it was when He was physically present in the person of Jesus.  Jesus came to redeem His people.  If you have chosen to follow Him, he has redeemed you, and wants to work powerfully through you to redeem those around you.

Have a worshipful Christmas and we look forward to inspiring you, informing you and serving you in 2013.

In His Service,
Paul Steinbrueck, CEO
OurChurch.Com

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, elder of CypressMeadows.org, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as +Paul Steinbrueck.

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