Church Website Content — Foundry #1

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This is our first ChurchMag Foundry—and we’re super excited! We received a number of applications when we announced the Foundry a few months ago, and decided we would kick it off with Sam Arthur from Second Baptist Church. The area of help that Sam was looking to get from Kenny Jahng, was with a content redesign to […]

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Michael D. Perkins’ Identity Crisis [Podcast]

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[Editor's Note: ChurchMag Press is giving away five copies of Identity Crisis—details at the end of the podcast and blog post!] KC Procter brings us another interview—this time—with author Michael D. Perkins about his newest devotional published with ChurchMag Press. I remember the first time I found Michael online. He had a ‘handwritten’ blog. He […]

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PenPath: Helping Authors Track Their Impact

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I love writing, and one day, I’d like to be a writer full-time. For now, however, I’ll keep cranking out blog posts on my lunch break, which is fine, except that this doesn’t give me much time for the business side of writing. I have no time to track my posts to see what went […]

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Joan Rivers Uses Facebook from the Dead?

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Either Joan Rivers is using her Facebook and Instagram accounts beyond the grave, or those managing River’s social media accounts had a slip-up with promotional posts about the iPhone 6. I’m thinking it’s the later. Someone grabbed this screenshot from their Facebook page with Joan’s raving exciting her new iPhone 6:

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CloudFlare – Make your Website more Zippy!

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As we recently posted, having a faster website for your church, ministry or non-profit leads to more conversions (and helps Google like it more!). Getting good hosting is a great start; and it’s worth spending time making sure your images (and other assets) are small as can be. However, there’s also another very simple (and […]

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Master Your Church’s Blog

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Blogging. It can be the bane of any church communications department’s existence. Not because blogging is some horrible experience that smart people would rather avoid (do you think I would be writing this post if it was?!). No, blogging can be fun. Coming up with topics for posts week in and week out — not […]

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The Importance of Sound in Film & Video [Video]

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Never underestimate the power of sound. One of the first days of taking video production class back in college, we learned about the importance of sound. It seemed silly as a naive college student learning the ropes of mass media. Why are we learning about sound in a video production class? Here’s probably the most […]

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Evernote Analog: Classy Desktop iPad Dock [Review]

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There is no shortage of tablet cases. From shock protection to keyboards to portfolios with notepads. The options are endless. Not to mention all the color combinations. Having owned the iPad 2 and now an iPad mini, one thing I struggled to find was an adequate solution for using the device on a desk. For […]

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Top 100 Technology Blogs [Infographic]

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What are your favorite technology blogs? Without including top dogs like Mashable and Tech Crunch—these might be considered more like news sources than blogs anymore—tell us what your favorite technology blogs are! In a recent infographic of the top 100 technology blogs, you may find one that you recognize at around #27…

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