Church Tech Matters


March 2007

The People Formerly Known as the Congregation

It’s funny the conversations I’ve had with several different people in the past 24 hours, as well as some stuff I’ve read online. To set the stage, we left our church home over a year ago, for reasons that are… Continue Reading →

Vista on Virtual PC 2007

I downloaded Virtual PC 2007, a free MS download and I’m installing Vista Business on it right now! We’ll see how it does, I only allocated about 400mb to the virtual machine, which is too low, I know but it’s… Continue Reading →

Death Threats in the Blogosphere……What?!?

This is one of those things that makes you wonder what is going on and how in the world did it come to this?  Kathy Sierra is a well known tech blogger and her blog is one of my favorites. … Continue Reading →

I believe in what they are doing

This blog has brought me opportunities I never imagined, yet these opportunities seem to fit into the big picture of where God is leading me. I have developed relationships that seem to expand the reach God has given me, as… Continue Reading →

The Essence of Blogging

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Windows HomeServer preparations

As I have mentioned recently, I’m getting ready to install the beta version of Windows HomeServer.  However, there are many steps I need to go through to prepare for this.  First, let’s review the hardware.  1ghz AMD processor, 512mb memory, 6gb… Continue Reading →

Fall Church IT Roundtable plans have begun

The spring church IT roundtable will be here before you know it, in about a month. That’s all good, however, it’s not too early to start looking ahead to this fall. Clif has offered to host the Church IT Roundtable… Continue Reading →

Wichita trip

This past weekend, my family and I were in Wichita for a gymnastics meet. Since we were going to be in town, I contacted Kirk Longhofer, director of communications and technology, of First United Methodist Church. I first met Kirk… Continue Reading →

Your church on MySpace

What is web 2.0? You may have heard the term mentioned but were never quite clear on it’s meaning.  According to wikipedia: a perceived second generation of web-based services—such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies—that emphasize online… Continue Reading →

Hanging out with church geeks

The past couple of days I had the privilege of hanging out with the IT guys at Church of the Resurrection. I do contract work for Resurrection and most of my work is done remotely, from home, late at night…. Continue Reading →

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