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Wake-up Call

Complacency is a feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction, especially when coupled with an unawareness of danger, trouble, or controversy. How often do we live this way?  It seems that if we stop looking ahead and stop dreaming, we allow complacency… Continue Reading →

Excitement at FellowshipTechnologies

Have you heard the news? FellowshipTechnologies is now part of ActiveNetwork! Direct from the press release posted at both ActiveNetwork and FellowshipTechnologies: Active Network, a technology and media company, announced today that it has acquired online church management software provider… Continue Reading →

The Challenge

It feels good to be back in a writing mode. My challenge at this point is figuring out what to write about. It was easy before, at CTM, to know what to write. I had a topic pre-defined for me,… Continue Reading →

What Is The Cost?

Usually when we think of cost, we think money. Can I afford the new boat that I want? How much is the iPad? How much is it going to cost to fix my car enough so that it passes inspection?… Continue Reading →

Whatever Is Next

This is where it all began on October 23, 2004: In The Beginning… So the point of this blog is to offer insight and information about how the church can effectively use technology to bring church members into a closer… Continue Reading →

Efficiency on a Dime

One commitment I made to myself when I agreed to head my church’s audiovisual ministry was not to let it consume me or cause me to neglect my family. That’s easier at some times of the year than others, but… Continue Reading →

Free SPAMfighter Pro

Do you use any of the following eMail clients: Outlook Outlook Express Windows Mail Thunderbird Then drop over to ChurchTechy.com where there is a giveaway of 5 x 1 year pro license for SPAMfighter. Two have gone already and the… Continue Reading →

Using Google Apps to Create Forms

Your church needs to figure out how well they’re doing with their Big Event. They need a survey for attendees to fill out and they need it as soon as possible. What do you do?  If you have a Google… Continue Reading →

Burnout and Lessons Learned

It is easy to get burned out because as a tech volunteer, you are juggling your volunteer work at church with work, family and so many other things in life. Recently, I asked a question on Twitter and on Facebook…. Continue Reading →

What To Do When a Staff Member Leaves Unexpectedly

So what exactly do you do when a staff member resigns unexpectedly? What do you do when that person had the keys to everything?  Here are some things to help you cover all of your bases when trying to secure… Continue Reading →

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