Automations and Ministry – What is it Good for?

 
 
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Automations and Ministry – What is it good for? Absolutely something. I hate ads, but I have to pay bills. If you would like to help support me and my family financially please check out these companies that I have an affiliate relationship with (means that buying their services won’t cost you extra, but will… Read More


Email Expense Reports are much cheaper to implement than using an expense reporting service such as Expensify. What if you simply used an app to create a few email templates for each user that would meet their needs? Then they could simply add the amount and the receipt as a photo and then send the… Read More


I hate annoying home tech. After a day of dealing with the stresses of ministry and helping others with their technology issues I come home and find some kind of annoying home tech problem? Nope. I don’t like it one bit. Lately the culprit has been my home internet. I have AT&T fiber connection, but… Read More


Finding usage stats on your website is simple, but very important. Using my tips below you can find out what your largest demographics are, when your most busy time of the week is, and what sort of search words drive people to your website. This post is one of my more technical sort of tutorials,… Read More


My Church’s New Streaming Video Setup Review + What You Need to Know 10/23

 
 
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I hate ads, but I have to pay bills. If you would like to help support me and my family financially please check out these companies that I have an affiliate relationship with (means that buying their services won’t cost you extra, but will pay me a little money). Bluehost web hosting, 8×8 VOIP phone… Read More


In July of 2007 I was fired from a church. This “reflections” series of posts deals with some of my core lessons from ministry over the past 20 years (last time I talked about Matt Baker). It’s the sort of thing that I hope my kids, or anyone I mentor, will learn from my mistakes… Read More


While I’ve been at Greenwood, we have changed software systems a few times. When leading through a software system change, I’ve learned a few things from mistakes and successes. I’m writing this post from the perspective of the person in charge of the system, though it will be applicable to anyone working through a software… Read More


One thing I want to get just right is our first time guest communication sequence. A first time guest communication sequence can be a series of communication that you perform manually, or automate. Many church software systems can automate a sequence like this. I prefer something like Planning Center People, which can automate things very… Read More


Taking Church Tech to the Next Level

 
 
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Tech News that Impacts the Church There are two headlines over at the Verge that I think show a shift in our culture. I think it’s one that churches should watch. The first headline has to do with the global reach of Overwatch League. The second has to do with Elizabeth Warren wants to hire… Read More