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  1. Hi, Kristi,
    This is Celita Eden. I hope you are well. This spring is my last semester in my internship in mental health counseling. I already have my Ph.D. in Christian Counseling, but this internship and degree helps me get licensed as a therapist, so I’ll be legit :-). I would like to start offering my services to the community at no charge for now and would like to advertise in The Seeker. I am still a school counselor and will continue with that until I retire, which won’t be anytime soon. I am the counselor for the Jessamine County virtual learning academy and would love to advertise that as well, since we can take students from all over the state now. Whew! I have a lot going on. Can you give me some idea about pricing for ads? Thank you so much! I hope you have a Merry Christmas!

    1. Hi Karen, thank you for your inquiry. The website is currently under construction. Normally payments are accepted by clicking the Paypal link. We should have that working promptly. In the meantime, I can accept payments over the phone through Square. Thank you as always for your support of this ministry.

  2. Hello there,

    I saw your website and I wanted to reach out because I think I can be of great assistance.

    I provide Virtual Assistants to Business Owners. We help aid with their tedious day-to-day tasks like; prospecting, administrative tasks, cold calling, database management, social media branding, content writing, and accounting work.

    Are you currently looking for any help?

    1. Hi Jenny,

      Thanks for your inquiry. We recently hired a team who is helping with those services. Feel free to check back down the road.

      Thank You,


  3. I am the owner of The Journey Christian bookstore in the old Richmond mall, and I wanted to know the process for advertising or getting a writeup in your magazine. Thank you in advance for your time.

    1. Hi Karen,

      Sorry I missed you by phone awhile back. Feel free to email or call and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.



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