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Technology Empowering Ministry

How can you use technology to help you do a better job in your ministry? What’s available and how do you decide what’s right for your church? There are so many considerations, it can get overwhelming.

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Water Cooler Conversations -- Remotely?

Water Cooler Conversations — Remotely?

Let’s focus on how to have those comfortable and helpful water cooler conversations with team members who work at a different location.
Communication Strategy: Start Small, Reach Big

Communication Strategy: Start Small, Reach Big

What if we were approaching our communication strategy with the right intent but the wrong method? What if there was a better way emerging to reach our people and move them toward engagement?

Worship Summit Live Brings Together Top Church Leaders for 4 Events a Year!

Worship Summit Live is a day of educational content focused on the best methods to produce live-streamed and recorded worship celebrations for virtual and hybrid congregations.
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Apple’s M1 Chipset: Here’s What We’ve Learned

Apple introduced Macs with a new M1 chipset late last year, and many are excited about it! I’m getting lots of inquiries from folks who want to get a M1 equipped Mac. Is it ready? We’ve tested it; here’s what we learned.
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How to Have a Better Website in One Cup of Coffee

In about the time you can finish your morning cup of coffee, there are some universally-effective things you can do to have a better website. Here are five tips to enhance your church’s website.
I Became an iPad Pastor and It's Been Great (So Far)

I Became an iPad Pastor and It’s Been Great (So Far)

I’m a pastor, and I bought an iPad recently. If you are a pastor, could an iPad help you become more effective? Maybe. Maybe not. Although I’m only a little over a week into owning mine, and it has exceeded all my expectations.
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How To Create A Great Church Website (4 Steps)

Potential visitors are coming to your website to learn more about your church—to gather information, and see if your church is the right fit for them. The takeaway? You better have a great church website. 
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Product Review: HP LaserJet Pro – Dream Laser Printer for Your Church Office

While it’s not the best option for larger churches who have a lot of printing to do each month, the HP LaserJet Pro M227fdn is a great consideration for most churches because it can do so much more than just print.
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The Right Live Streaming Camera for Your Church

PTZOptics offers pan, tilt, and zoom live streaming cameras. With 1080p video and a selection between 12X, 20X, and 30X Zoom, these cameras are a great fit for houses of worship.

5 Great Ways to Use MailChimp Effectively

When I started my first job in church communications, one of my many responsibilities was handling all of the email marketing. Mailchimp made my job easier.
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Beyond Live Streaming: How to Stay Connected

Beyond Sunday worship services you might also wonder how to have community with the church when you’re not physically together. Here are some other options to stay connected with your congregation when you’re unable to connect in-person.
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Brandon Cox: My Blogging Toolkit – 25 Sites You Should Use

Ready to take your blogging to the next level? Here is my blogging toolkit and what I recommend to others on a regular basis.
analog vs digital mixer

Analog Vs. Digital Mixer – The Great Debate

Analog Vs. Digital Mixer? Both an analog mixer and a digital mixer can deliver fantastic sound, but they represent different ways of thinking about the process and...
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3 Stats You Need to Know For Better Communication

Here's a cheat sheet that will answer the question running around in your head: “What is the best way to communicate this?” Consider these three stats for better communication.
virtual meetings

6 Tips to Overcome Virtual Meetings Fatigue

We should be thankful that the technology of virtual meetings has allowed us to stay somewhat connected to the world around us. But at the same time, we’re starting to feel the fatigue that comes with staring at tiny boxes of people on our computers.
Do You Know the Three "L's" of Technology for Kids?

Do You Know the Three “L’s” of Technology for Kids?

It’s time for us to get honest about the fact that technology is going to be a part of our children’s lives for the rest of their lives.
New Communication Opportunities From Covid’s Second Wave

New Communication Opportunities From Covid’s Second Wave

When it comes to pushing through this final stage before the vaccine and herd immunity kicks in, here’s five important things to consider regarding second wave communication.
worship sound

10 Best Practices For Worship Sound Techs

Running worship sound has demands on all sides, opinions aplenty, an ear to the Pastor (the real head Sound Tech), an ear to the worship leader/band, and an ear to the Holy Spirit, this role requires a saint, a sound technician, and a servant – all wrapped up in one.
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Thom Rainer – Nine Tech Trends Every Church Should Master

Tech trends aren't just news, they should be part of a church's tool kit. Churches today must be aware of tech trends -- and they should master them.
The Ultimate DIY Guide To Mobile Church Equipment

The Ultimate DIY Guide To Mobile Church Equipment

It doesn’t have to cost you 25 grand or more to put together a mobile church setup. (That is what one company was charging for their smallest system.) It just takes knowing what equipment you need and where to get it.

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Kevin Wallace, a pastor in Chattanooga, Tenn., has confirmed that his church is using one of its buildings to house unaccompanied migrant children from the U.S.-Mexico border.

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