When you’re working as a church, ministry, or non-profit organization, you often find yourself hiring vendors to get things done as you’re not big enough to afford a full-time staff to take care of multimedia. This is why many creative agencies and freelancers–design, IT, web, etc … get these types of clients. The same could be said for small businesses, too, as they cannot afford a full-time staff dedicated to websites, graphic design and so on.
There is often a tension between the two, as “the dance of clients and vendors” occurs.
Usually TMI (Too Much Information) is reserved for those moments when someone has said too much. This is almost always the case when couples are sharing child birth stories. This I will never understand. Somethings should remain unsaid–I’m just saying.
Whenever you are communicating with a client, pastor, or whomever you may be serving, be mindful of sharing “too much information.”
I love the idea of several Christian-oriented nerds discussing in a very informal setting tech of some sort that may be beneficial for churches, bloggers, missionaries, and any other kind of ministry out there.
We've been insanely-interested in exploring how the Church, ministries, and non-profits use technology to effectively fulfill their mission to the world.
With a small blog that started in September of 2008 we grew faster than we had ever dared to dream expanding into a network of blogs that reached more than a quarter million people every single month.
In May of 2011 we re-focused our efforts bringing all of the content back into one solidified brand - a "digital magazine" of resources that still serve the same industries and that still has the same curious heartbeat that started this movement.