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How to Support Issues, Etc.

1: Promote Issues, Etc. in Your Church Bulletin

Here is some sample copy for the week of October 17.
 
WEEKLY BACH CANTATAS….Lutheran Public Radio streams an appointed Bach Cantata uninterrupted at 1 pm and 8 p.m. Central on Sundays.  This week’s cantata will be BWV 180 “Adorn Yourself, O Soul.”  You can listen at lutheranpublicradio.org, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple HomePod and on the LPR mobile app.

 

2: Download a PDF to Print

3: Share an Issues, Etc. Video

Other Issues, Etc. YouTube Videos:

Issues, Etc. Soundbites

Reformation Week 2013

I Have Issues

Sacred Talk, 24/7

Soundbites of Issues, Etc.

LPR: Sacred Music for the Christmas Season

Issues, Etc. Reformation Week 2011

Believe

Issues, Etc. 24, 2011

Good Question

You Can’t Teach Laypeople Theology?

Issues, Etc. Reformation Week, 2010

Issues, Etc. 24, 2010

A Cloud of Witnesses

Christ-Centered, Cross-Focused Talk Radio

Listen to What You Want, When You Want

Talk Radio for the Thinking Christian

Issues, Etc. and Guests

4: Put the Widget at Your Blog or Website

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You can get the Issues, Etc. widget below.

Once the widget is on your blog, send us a link to your entry at talkback@issuesetc.org or use this form.

Instructions

  1. Right-click on the image above and save it to your computer. If you want a larger version of it, you can right-click here and save the image.
  2. Upload the image to your blog or website.
  3. Place the image where you like using your blog software. More detailed instructions for WordPress are below.

WordPress Instructions

  1. In the WordPress Dashboard, click “Appearance” then “Widgets.”
  2. From the “Available Widgets”, choose image and drag it to your Sidebar on the right.
  3. Copy and paste the following url into “Image url”: https://issuesetc.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/tag.jpg
  4. Copy and paste the following url into “Link url”: https://issuesetc.org
  5. Click “Save.”
  6. You may have to update your latest blog post before the widget will appear in your blog’s sidebar.

If you don’t see the “Image” widget, you may need to install the Jetpack plugin to your WordPress site.