Megachurch Tech on a Microchurch Budget

The Most Important Question in Church Technology

The Most Important Question in Church Technology

Jan 5, 2013

Do you know what it is? The answer might surprise you.

Dear Diva, Vol. 1

Dear Diva, Vol. 1

Jan 4, 2013

Before you ask your Finance Committee to spring for new tech, there are a few things you should do.

Stop Using Powerpoint

Stop Using Powerpoint

Jan 4, 2013

Visual technology, one of the most important pieces of technology in every church, has come a long way from the days of the overhead projector. Even PowerPoint, that once-colossal King of Presentation Software, has lost its place in the forefront of worship technology, and rightly so.

Your Tech Team Needs Jesus, Too

Your Tech Team Needs Jesus, Too

Jan 4, 2013

The Church Tech Team: The un-sung, oft-forgotten heroes of corporate worship. Their skills, dedication, and faithfulness make our services happen. Yet, they are very often the ones who get left out of group prayer and devotions, and they are often separated from the on-stage team. They’re also the first to get blasted when the slides don’t change on time or the band is a little too loud. So let’s brainstorm some ways to get them connected, both to God and to the rest of the team.

Your Website is a Time Machine to 1996

Your Website is a Time Machine to 1996

Jan 4, 2013

Churches have been told that in order to have a website that’s modern and updated, they have to spend tons of money and time. Good news: that’s not true anymore. For just a few dollars a year, you can have a modern, easy-to-use, easy-to-update, fully-functioned church website without any web coding experience necessary!