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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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Videoguys Offers Tech Solutions You Need Today

Videoguys: We are the live streaming, video editing and production experts! Videoguys understands the gear we sell because we use the gear all the time!...

Microsoft Teams: Safe, Secure, and Strong

You have access to an incredibly powerful tool called Microsoft Teams. Odds are you’ve had access for a while and just didn’t know it.
church security

Best Radios for Church Security – 3 Great Options

Church security is becoming more and more of an issue, and because of that, churches all over the country are opting to improve their security through the use of security systems and by having radios on hand.

Vision2 Systems – Comprehensive Giving Platform for Churches

Vision2 increases donations to the church by establishing trust with donors via customizable content, personalized service, consistent look-n-feel, and demonstrable impact.
Enable Ministry Partners

Enable Ministry Partners | Changing Lives by Serving Those Who Serve

Since 2001, the team at Enable Ministry Partners has been focused on providing technology services and consulting that supports our church clients in their ministry.

InteRise: Your Partner in Custom Audio-Visual Installation

At its core, InteRise is here to partner in impacting people. We do this by providing a team that shares your goals and has the experience to guide you through the process. Designing and building incredible audio-visual systems is our specialty.
parental controls

Apple iOS Beefs Up Parental Controls (A Little)

Parental control tools, no matter how good they are, still require parental involvement. Use the tools available but remember: tools without teaching are hollow and won’t equip young people to become Godly online citizens.
terms of service

“Free” Images? You’d Better Check the Terms of Service

Some new guidelines have come to our attention about the “free images” on sites such as Canva, PicMonkey, and Snappa. These sites (and others) have recently updated their Terms of Service.
chms mistakes

Are You Making These 3 Mistakes with your Church Management Software?

Clients have described their three main areas of ChMS mistakes as Wrong Choice, Incorrect Implementation, and Insufficient Training.
phishing attacks

Phishing Attacks Keep on Coming: Are You Safe?

The email was poorly crafted, and the login page looked nothing like our login page, but a user fell for it and entered their username and password into the phishing site.
external USB microphone

Podcasting? These Two Mics Are The Bomb

Using an external USB microphone improves the sound quality while making it much easier to produce the podcasts and recordings you desire.
8 Thoughts About Discipling Remotely

8 Thoughts About Discipling Remotely

Many of us who disciple will be forced by our mobile society to consider discipling remotely at some point. For many folks, long gone are the days when they stayed in one area their entire lives. We must be ready to disciple from a distance.

Created for Community: Three Re-opening Options

Many churches wish that one Sunday a switch is going to flip and everything will go back to the way things were before. But this re-opening scenario seems unlikely.
church website objectives

3 Vital Church Website Objectives – Are They Yours?

There are three primary church website objectives (and numerous secondary objectives) that you need to consider and then put into your church website. Those objectives are to: attract, inform, and inspire.
rethink communication

Why Churches MUST Rethink Communication in a Pandemic World

Instead of having something for everything, stick to what your church does well, and do it the best. Here are three ways your church needs to rethink communication as this COVID-19 crisis continues.
tech safeguards

Venturing Out Again? Don’t Forget Tech Safeguards When You Travel

Most of us are looking forward to the day when we can venture out with as much relative ease as we previously enjoyed. But we’re all a little out of practice, so what are the tech safeguards we should keep in mind?
Zoom Newbies

5 Rules For Zoom Newbies To Share With Your Staff

Is it possible that there are still Zoom newbies out there? Incredibly, Yes! Here's a list of basics every user should know. Why not share them -- and require them -- for everyone on your staff?
Please Don't Make 'How Many Watched Online?' Our New Ministry Metric

Please Don’t Make ‘How Many Watched Online?’ Our New Ministry Metric

It’s a whole new ballgame. In a matter of just a few weeks, churches all around the world have a new standard for measuring ministry success: how many watched online. And I’m trying not to be cynical about it.
All Will Be Well

“All Will Be Well” Instagram, PDF’s & Postcards From 700 Years Ago

"All will be well. All will be well. All manner of things will be well." Whenever I read this saying from Julian of Norwich, it puts my heart at peace. I know both theologically and from personal experience, how true these words are.
Working Remotely: 4 Basic Skills to Master

Working Remotely: 4 Basic Skills to Master

While working remotely is a tremendous tool it is not a one-size-fits-all solution and in some cases may do more harm than good. Here's what to consider.

Latest News

SCOTUS Ruling Approves More Exemptions to Birth Control Mandate

The SCOUTS ruling, a victory for the Trump administration and the Catholic charity Little Sisters of the Poor, weakens the ACA's so-called contraceptive mandate, which has faced years of legal challenges.

New Podcasts

Jeff Reed: Actually, Digital Church Is All About Relationships

You might think of digital church as being impersonal. But Jeff Reed says, "The strength of online church is relationships."