security

Today I’ve been thinking about a new church website for greenwood.church, where I work. You see we’ll be launching a new website for the new year (finally). One thing I had not really thought about was digital security at church. But when I mentioned the idea of a new website to one of our media… Read More


Sometimes Technology can disrupt worship. We’ve all been in a service where a cellphone rang and the entire room groaned. But that’s not actually what I’m talking about. Through the advancement of technological tools, the way that we worship God has actually changed. In the picture, you see the inside of a sanctuary that was… Read More


phone and table

I came across an interesting article describing the way tech has disrupted 4 different industries. This article got me thinking, in what ways has technology disrupted the way churches worship, disciple or evangelize. So, I’ll deal with each of those issues in a separate blog post. Today I’ll address the way I’ve seen older models… Read More


It seems that tech companies are on a quest to fit tech into every part of our lives. Each year, a new product “updates” an older piece of tech in your home. Phones are obvious now – people update them frequently. But what about light bulbs? LIFX smart bulbs are using crowd-funding to bring out… Read More


I’ve noticed this week how 3D printing has been mentioned in news stories because a University of Texas student published plans for printing your own gun. In the story I linked to, the image from salon.com student (Cody Wilson) makes a statement that the issue is bigger than guns. I want to suggest he is… Read More


I had an epiphany while studying Aramaic today: I should use those Android devices for vocabulary cards, so that I can more easily access flash cards – making it more likely that I will actually do it. … Read More