Church Tech Snack Pack #005

Church Tech Snack Pack

Church Tech Snack Pack

With this past months release of Grand Theft Auto V, a few interesting links found their way into this week’s Church tech snack pack, as well as a number of helpful resources and bits of inspiration.

Gummy Links

The Greatest Entertainment Launch in History

A most intriguing and well written article on the release of Grand Theft Auto V.

I Sold Too Many Copies of GTA V To Parents Who Didn’t Give a Damn

As someone who worked at a video game store a long time ago, I completely related and agreed with this.

4 resources to help improve the overall health of your church

Some downloadable resources, too!

Why People Will or Won’t Remember You

LOL! Awesome.

Rachel Held Evans on What Millennials Want

I read it before, but it was a good reminder this week.

5 Controversial Sermon Series’

I love these and this new website.

Rick Warren, Cultural Sensitivity, and Mission

Ouch.

Making a Rotating Room Set for a Gravity Defying Shoot for Just $350

Vineyard Community Church—oh yeah!

4 Social Media Tips For Your Ministry

Some great tips from Jeremy Smith.

How to Create a Brand Style Guide

A great idea, including some style guide examples to get you started.

Get A Gravatar

Please!

Safari on iOS 7 and HTML5: problems, changes and new APIs

Wah-wah.

 

YUM!

Do you have any links you would like to share with this week’s snack pack?

Share them in the comments below!

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Eric Dye

I am an entrepreneur and human rights advocate. I spend most of my time as writer and editor for ChurchMag and Finding Justice, but you can also find me working on Live Theme and for the International Human Rights Group. All while enjoying my family and sipping espresso in Italy.

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