Sunset Projects

These are sunset (discontinued) Scripted Genius projects.


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Aytz Chaim means “tree of life.” Aytz Chaim Life Coaching offered both personal and professional life coaching. Tosha specializes in interpersonal relationships as well as family therapy. Dr. Esterman specializes in short-term, solutions-based coaching, life planning, and narrative-driven coaching. The Estermans still offer professional life coaching, but on an individual basis and no longer as practice.
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Reviews by J a professional book review site that maintained contracts with several major publishers as well as a professional account with NetGalley. Dr. Esterman still maintains his professional account with NetGalley but no longer maintains a review site due to the changing nature of reviews and marketing. His prior reviews are now available as an archive and any future reviews available on his Goodreads profile. Reviews by J was sunset January 2021.
JewBrew was an online theological website and blogroll. As part of a transition in the Track 2 Dissertation phase at Portland Seminary, JewBrew was sunset September 2017.
Dadlib was an online blogroll and social media profile for parenting for fathers and began when the “dad blogger” industry was relatively young. Dadlib was sunset July 2018 after it was determined that its presence no longer served an active need.
Yonitude was the personal landing page for Dr. Jonathan Esterman. It was sunset back in September 2017 since it was only a redirect and was no longer needed.
Infinit Love Ministries was an online theological blogroll and physical small group study from 2003 to 2011. ILM was sunset and its operations ceased entirely in September 2010. In January 2011, Scripted Genius launched originally as an online blog.