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Kimberly Knight Laskowski

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BOLO: Bible Drive-By Linked to Myth Labs

Coming Out Christian blotter report: Independence Day, 2013 FBPD received a status update reporting a possible bible drive-by at the corner of Faith St. and Reason Ave. at approximately 6:15 p.m.  …

July 4, 2013

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Lazarus and the miracle of a weeping God

John 11:1-45 The lights were dimmed softly when I walked into the room.  There were twenty or so people in the room, gathered in a lumpy circle around someone I could not clearly see.  As the circle…

July 2, 2013

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The false polemic of gay vs. Christian

Here we all are the day after the Supreme Court of the United States has declared critical elements of DOMA unconstitutional.  Praise the Lord in all her Wisdom, Grace and Love for the ray of light …

June 27, 2013

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A hard lesson about hospitality

A reflection on Mark 6:1-13 previously preached, in slightly different form, at Kirkwood UCC a couple of summers ago.   Although we’re just a couple of weeks into June, here in the south…

June 15, 2013

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Wash your Christian mouth out with soap?

A few folk who have been reading my blog have recently complained that my language is offensive and one even accused me of using “offensive” language to affect an “edgy” or “trendy” veneer…

April 2, 2013

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What kind of Easter people are we?

Today is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week for Christians around the world. As I prepare to take up my palms in worship this evening I am plagued by a question – what kind of Easter people …

March 24, 2013

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His blood does not redeem me, it convicts me

We are still about three weeks away from Easter but I’m gonna get a jump on things and offer a little Easter theology to get us warmed up. Now, I love a good bluegrass gospel song as much as the nex…

March 9, 2013

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A lesbian changed through Jesus

I woke many a dark morning, knotted in anguish with the entirety of my cavernous being crying out for release  – asking God to change me.  And God did. As it turns out, the answer to my prayer…

February 5, 2013

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In Love with Fear

Oh Lord We are a culture In love with fear And afraid of love Be not afraid, you call Many of the same souls Who shout With closed minds And plugged ears That the government Shall not have any role In…

January 17, 2013

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How Can I Help?

Do you need a fresh new website that is easy to maintain? Are you looking to increase your social media footprint? Is it time for you to start an engaging blog? I can help!

Meet Kimberly

Kimberly has spent the last 20 years stitching together a tech-driven mind and a service-oriented heart. She has an uncanny knack for understanding digital users’ needs and behavior and fostering authentic online community.

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Website Design

Yep, a website is still an essential element of your communication strategy. Let’s work together to build a site that helps you tell your story in clear, engaging, easy to manage ways.

Social Media

Social media is not about technology, it is about connecting with people. Whether you need to learn how to manage your social media landscape or you want someone else to handle it for you, I can help!

Blogging

Blogging is a great way to share meaningful stories about your organization. Would you like to learn to blog? Are you looking for someone to write engaging stories about your work? Let’s talk.

Tutoring

Photos, video and podcasts are exciting ways to connect with your audiences. And guess what, you can learn to do these things yourself!

What is Digital Strategy?

A digital strategy, sometimes called a social media strategy, is a system of organizing, planning, implementing and assessing your organization’s use of social media platforms. I can help you identify target audiences, create meaningful content, choose the most effective channels and assess your online activity.

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