Church Tech Matters


February 2009

A 123 to Securing PC’s

I’ve been working in computing for 25yrs now and to be honest, not much surprises me anymore. Oh sure, human culpability and stupidity are ones that never cease to amaze me – but in terms of computer security I’m 99.9%… Continue Reading →

Introduction – Stuart Dyckhoff

Hi – Jim has asked us all to introduce ourselves but find I’m not very good at talking about myself. Anyway, that’s me at the top – Stuart (I don’t do photographs) Dyckhoff. If you want the history of the… Continue Reading →

Introduction – Greg Simmons

Hi, my name is Greg Simmons.  I’m not sure what more I can add beyond what’s already listed in my bio, but I’ll give it a try. My first exposure to “running sound” was in the late 70′s.  I began… Continue Reading →

Mt. Gilead’s Experience with Google Apps for Domains – Part I

As most small churches have very little money allocated in the budget for e-mail short of what comes with a basic hosting plan, I wanted to share our experiences with Google Apps for Domains, from our planning phase to implementation,… Continue Reading →

Introduction – Peter Schott

Greetings, My name is Peter Schott. I currently serve as an unpaid volunteer on the IT team for Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Keller, TX. I have served unofficially at some of the churches I attended in the past, but… Continue Reading →

Casting Vision & Growing Teams

Casting a vision for your team is an essential part of leading and building your team as it states in Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint, but blessed is he who keeps the… Continue Reading →

C3 Nights LIVE Tonight on DayStar!

Last year I was sitting in my office on a Thursday evening, at the office WAY too late as usual. I flipped on the TV and it happened to be on the DayStar network. I about fell over backwards when… Continue Reading →

Tech Director Secret’s – A Volunteer’s Most Prized Talent

Amongst a team of volunteer’s in the tech/media/audio/visual/digerati department of the church, there are many valuable skills. The most prized possession is usually a set of ears to do an amazing sound mix, some people value the highly sought after… Continue Reading →

So we’ve relaunched, What’s next

So here’s the deal, we are glad you’ve visited our site and that you have interest in being a part of a community that supports each other in church technology needs.

Surprise! CTM 2.0 Unveiled

I feel like I should jump out and yell “Surprise!” so here goes. Surprise! After making a big deal that I was done here, I am coming back to let you know that even though I was done, God was… Continue Reading →

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