Category: Ministry Tech

  • Picture Worth a Thousand and One Words

    Like seeing a mother holding a newborn baby and a rescue worker cradling a survivor, pictures have always had the ability to conjure up emotions deeper and more complex than they appear on the surface.  Now, QR codes have given us the ability to conjure up, not emotions and feelings, but tons of information.  Basically, […]

  • Saving time through Phone Apps! Thanks to @wbrucemoore

    Saving time through Phone Apps!. Here is a quick post from Bruce at 1year2live.com.  He outlines three phone apps that he uses on a regular basis to help him with his studies and preparation.  He stresses the time-saving nature of these apps and how they help him. You can follow Bruce Moore on Twitter at: […]

  • 10 tips for using Twitter if you're new to it from @digitalchrist

    10 tips for using Twitter if you’re new to it. Here is a great post that was written for people new to Twitter, but also a nice refresher for those who have been using it awhile. Take my advice when it comes to social media!  People follow people!  Pay attention to tip #7 about getting […]

  • 10 tips for using Twitter if you’re new to it from @digitalchrist

    10 tips for using Twitter if you’re new to it. Here is a great post that was written for people new to Twitter, but also a nice refresher for those who have been using it awhile. Take my advice when it comes to social media!  People follow people!  Pay attention to tip #7 about getting […]

  • Church Leaders Can No Longer Afford to Ignore Social Media

    Original source article located here: http://dashhouse.com/2011/04/pastors-and-social-media/ Dashhouse.com released a post about pastors and social media.  In this post, the question is raised concerning interaction between pastors and church members online. I think that avoidance of these virtual relationships is impossible and ill-advised.  I think that we ignore social media at our own risk! In October of […]

  • Twitter vs. Facebook: Round 1

    Written by Lindsey Fleeman Ding. Ding. I love Twitter.  There…I said it.  I might even dare to say (though I’ve only had a personal twitter account for a week) that I may love twitter more than Facebook.  OK, I was just joking on that one, but seriously, Twitter has some good pros that all should look […]

  • Happy Birthday, TSAMTK.org! – Online Resources

    Original article from http://www.SouthernSpiritOnline.org – http://www.southernspiritonline.org/featured-news/mtk-celebrates-its-first-birthday/ This May, The Salvation Army’s Minsitry Toolkit (MTK) will be celebrating it’s 1st birthday! MTK provides graphics, programs, sermons, devotionals, audio clips, video clips, and links to find more information.  Most of the content that MTK is hosting and will host in the future is uploaded by its’ users. […]

  • It's all about.me

    For those of you who know me well, I am sure the title came as a complete shock.  Wow!  Talking about himself again.  Surprisingly, it is difficult for me to always present myself to others and to make myself available to others. In the business world, we have business cards.  Business cards actually date back […]

  • It’s all about.me

    For those of you who know me well, I am sure the title came as a complete shock.  Wow!  Talking about himself again.  Surprisingly, it is difficult for me to always present myself to others and to make myself available to others. In the business world, we have business cards.  Business cards actually date back […]

  • Top 5 ways to attract more followers on social networking

    Social Networking 101: Top 5 ways to attract more followers on social networking outlets – KansasCity.com. The above article was come across the other day and I immediately saw some advantages for ministries, churches, group, and the like.  I am reviewing it here with a spin towards those groups. Make sure your social ministry contacts […]