Church Tech Matters


November 2005

Firefox 1.5

Firefox 1.5 has just been released.  One year after 1.0 came out, which was a full version, non-beta, and over 100,000,000 downloads later, here we are.  Time to party in the streets.  I would give it some time to ensure… Continue Reading →


By the grace of God I am what I am, and His grace toward me was not in vain  - 1 Corinthians 15:10 How simple is that? I am what I am only because of the grace of God.  We… Continue Reading →

Seeking God

I read a devotional this morning that hit pretty close to home.  It talked about how we sometimes think God is like santa claus and we expect Him to drop blessings into our lap.  That is generally not the case. … Continue Reading →

I’m back, whether I’m ready or not!

Ok, I have taken my blog sabbatical and I’m now returning, I’m not sure I’m ready yet but I need to get back in the game.  As I mentioned, I’ve had a lot of stuff to sort through and I… Continue Reading →

Time Out

I’ll be laying low for awhile.  I wasn’t planning on doing this but since Thanksgiving is this week, that’s a good excuse.  I am sorting thru a ton of stuff right now and trying to figure everything out.  As I… Continue Reading →

Geek score

Thanks, Brian for the link! I wasn’t impressed with my nerd score last week when I took that test, so I didn’t post it.  I admit now, I’m at 48%.  The geek test went better, although I must think I’m… Continue Reading →

Dealing with spam, part 2

Tony Dye made a point in his comment on my last post. Of approx. 250 users on our site, something like 80% of all spam is targeted at just 12-15 email addresses. I’m starting to teach special anti-spam techniques to… Continue Reading →

Spam’s Going Down

There are a few people getting hammered by spam at my church and a few months ago, I started doing some things to be proactive to go after it. As is the case, usually, when resources are tight, solutions become… Continue Reading →

My first endorsement

It’s finally happened, I get my first endorsement.  Non-blog Brad resurfaces.  As far as I’m concerned, he is my official blog mascot and I always knew he was good for something. If you would like to endorse or recommend Church… Continue Reading →

CMS checklist example

Tonight, I was cleaning out a bunch of junk out of my briefcase because I suddenly felt inspired to try to use it.  It’s probably a good thing, since I currently have stuff that I take with me when I… Continue Reading →

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