"That is particularly humbling," he said.
What lessons have you learned from your experience that you might share with others who want to get involved?
Mickelson has learned not to put too much pressure on himself to write the perfect blog or post too often, he said.
"I don’t worry about the statistics that my blog host provides to me. I write when an important topic is on my mind," he said. "If there is a topic on my mind for a few days, I figure I’d better at least put a post together to see how I feel about it."
Mickelson also suggests avoiding controversial topics.
"That may not be everyone’s choice, but I just don’t have the interest in my life to argue with people or combat people who are in the mood to attack my beliefs," he said. "I’m happy to explain or even defend my beliefs in a friendly manner, but my blog is not a place for bashing, arguing or attacking."
Strobel's advice? Don't be a blank wall; people are capable of more than they know, he said.
"I didn't think I could do it but I did it. It’s blessed my life. I’m able to share what I know with everybody," Strobel said. "I want to share the gospel with everyone in the world."
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