Church Tech Matters


June 2007

Giving FaceBook Another Shot – Looking For Friends

Last week or so, I tried FaceBook out and was not exactly impressed.  All I need is one more thing online in my life.  I kind of forgot about it until I mentioned it in a post yesterday, and Clint… Continue Reading →

Chasing The Next Big Thing In Web 2.0

As soon as a site gets popular, it seems to fade away and is shunned as old news. Do we have such a short attention span, as a society, that we can’t stick to anything new? The trend seems to… Continue Reading →

Focused Rambling – More Rambling

Interesting comments have come in on my last post and they are worth highlighting, I think. Of course, Mary stated that she wanted a Blackberry before I wanted one and she’s probably right, but that doesn’t change my desire for… Continue Reading →

Focused Rambling About Writing and Blogging

People often wonder how to start blogging and also how to grow their blog to where they have a massive amount of readers.  I’ve spent some time lately reading about how to take my blog to the next level and the general theme… Continue Reading →

Portable Firefox

I am on the road this week, living in a hotel south of Dallas. I was asked to join a group of leaders in a specific division of our company at their semi-annual planning meeting because I am their dedicated… Continue Reading →

Vision For Tech In Church

Does your church have a vision for technology? What would that look like if it did? Does it matter if your church doesn’t have a vision for technology? Proverbs 29:18 says: Where there is no vision, the people perish: but… Continue Reading →

Equipping The Church To Effectively Use Technology

Church Tech Matters has been in existence for over 2 1/2 years, which blows me away. I didn’t have big aspirations for this blog when I started it, I actually felt like I had a lot to learn and thought… Continue Reading →

Church Website – In The Beginning

Due to a new project that Mary is involved with, we will both be writing about issues relevant to church website design and content, but I’ll let Mary explain the specifics of the project, since she’s the one actually doing it. … Continue Reading →

Weekend Review – Local Roundtable and Music Machine Rehearsal

I spent more time this past weekend directly working with technology in my own church than I have in a long time. It feels good to be getting back in the swing of things. It began with our first local… Continue Reading →

iContact Email Marketing & Blogging Software

The following is a sponsored review, however I would only do this for companies or products that appear to add value. iContact is a tool for e-mail marketing and blogging designed to help businesses create, publish and track e-mail newsletters,… Continue Reading →

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