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EdC200Hello… my name is Ed. I’m a writer, blogger, and author of several books. I specialize in the creative presentation of ideas.

In a mirror dimly is where I write about sustainable discipleship for the long haul, offering an imperfect and sometimes sarcastic perspective on following Jesus. The name "in a mirror dimly" was chosen by a friend of mine because it draws a picture of reflections, but of something not completely graspable. Knowledge, but limited in scope.

A few things about me…

I write books:

My wife and I live in Columbus, Ohio where she attends graduate school at OSU, we both attend Central Vineyard, and neither of us attend OSU football games.

My wife and I have a son named Ethan, and we fully expect him to terrorize our house rabbits—they had it coming.

I blog professionally for businesses and for a number of leading websites, such as A Deeper Family, The High Calling, Prodigal, Believe.com, and Faith Village.

I work as a freelance writer, specializing in blogging, book editing, magazine writing, newsletter writing, and just about anything else that involves stringing together words. You can even hire me and pay me money. 

My eBook Creating Space was a Kindle bestseller, #1 for Creativity and Writing as well as a top 100 free Kindle eBook during a promotion. It was also a top 5 paid Kindle eBook.

Subscribe to my e-newsletter and I’ll share writing tips, updates about buying my books at a discount, and exclusive previews of new books from leading Christian authors.

To get in touch, e-mail me at: edcyzewski (at) gmail (dot) com.

 

About Ed

Ed Cyzewski (MDiv Biblical Theological Seminary) works as a freelance writer in Columbus, OH. He is the co-author of Unfollowers: Unlikely Lessons on Faith from the Doubters of Jesus and The Good News of Revelation and the author of A Christian Survival Guide, Creating Space, and Coffeehouse Theology: Reflecting on God in Everyday Life. Ed writes regularly for a number of magazines and web sites. He blogs on  freelance writing at: www.edcyz.com and on theology at www.inamirrordimly.com.

 

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edcyz.com :: Hire Ed for your next writing or editing project: book proposal evaluations, blog posts, business reports, and book editing.

 

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Disclaimer: I view a blog as a good first draft of my ideas and to shape my beliefs over time. Blogs, to me, are not repositories of conclusions, but places to grow and develop. Links may contain affiliate codes. Assume books reviewed on this blog were provided by publishers.

 

Photo credit: Chris Hale-Smith

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  23. Pam Dahl

    I’m also a Christian, and I appreciate you perspective on the world. You write about good issues.

    Best,
    Pam
    (pamsgm@gmail.com)

    Reply
  24. Drake Zimmerman

    Hey there, Ed!

    My name is Drake, I’m just stopping by to say I love reading your blog and to ask a favor. I work for a company called Ora, and they have developed a new social media app which excellently integrates prayer-life. You can check it out at Ora.net.

    As John Piper put it: “One of the great uses of Twitter and Facebook will be to prove at the Last Day that prayerlessness was not from lack of time.” This distraction that social media has become has dwindled many peoples’ prayer-life by posing as a time-wasting substitute. Our founders saw this, and created the app to bridge the gap between the necessity of prayer and the distraction of social media. It works very similarly as Facebook, but rather than posting statuses, it encourages posting prayers and praises to share with your friends.

    Please take a minute or two and just play around with it. If you like it, we’d love to hear from you. If you don’t, we’d still love to hear from you! Let us know if you have any ideas as to how to make it more user-friendly, aesthetic, or any other way we could improve it!

    Thank you! I do appreciate you taking time to read my lengthy message! Have a wonderful day!

    Reply
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