Church Tech Matters


February 2007

Are you doing more than adding to the noise

Tony Morgan shared a statement that someone said in a recent meeting: People will follow vision, they won’t follow information. That really struck me. We are pummeled with information, more than we can comprehend or process and what’s the benefit?… Continue Reading →

Drive Conference Videos

UPDATE Apparently, the Drive conference videos were not intended to be made public, I have now been informed. The other links listed below are on a page just off their main Northpoint Ministries site, so those are published. My apologies… Continue Reading →

CTM wiki update

Check out the CTM wiki, there’s new stuff added all the time, it seems.  The current categories are as follows: Worship Presentation Software Lifesong small group study Free Church Resources CTM post ideas Feel free to contribute, this is a… Continue Reading →

2007 Blogging Believers Survey

The 2007 Blogging Believers Survey is out.  Click here to view the results. When the dust settled on the month-long survey, more than 360 bloggers – from church members to senior pastors – registered their blogs for a total of… Continue Reading →


Do you pray for the technology in your church? This may be a foreign concept, but think what happens when there’s feedback from the mic or static or the mic cuts in and out or stops working all together? What… Continue Reading →

My List

As a result of trying to get organized, I now have a list of potential topics that I may or may not write about in the near future.  For some reason, it seems to make sense to share the list,… Continue Reading →

Are You LinkedIn?

A few weeks ago, Daniel Foster invited me to join his network at LinkedIn. I had never heard of it, but thought I would give it a shot. When I joined his connections list, I saw others in his connections… Continue Reading →

Logos Bible Software 3 Demo

Last Tuesday, I had the privilege of getting a demo of Logos Bible Software 3. Daniel Foster gave me a web demo, showing a lot of the functionality of Logos and let me just say, I am very impressed. Daniel… Continue Reading →

CTM Wiki Update

It seems like a good idea to create a central place to store free church resources that are currently available, so I’ve added a new page on the CTM Wiki for just that purpose. Click here to go to that… Continue Reading →

Northpoint Launches NsideAdmin

For the past 10 years or so, I have been a geek.  The geekiness has evolved over time to what it is today.  However, now it’s time to come clean, it’s time to squash the rumors and reveal my life before… Continue Reading →

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