Four Ingredients to Make a Lasting Impact

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The most profound moments in my life seem to come from unexpected places. In a recent conversation with my 11-year-old daughter, she spoke to a core issue I believe is hardwired into us all — “What do you want to do with your life?” I’ve posed this question to her many different times, always receiving […]

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Church Tech Snack Pack #027

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Hooray! It’s Friday! I could totally munch on some of those PBJs right now. I am starting to rethink the whole “snack pack” theme for this Church tech link love share. Every time I put one of these graphics together, I get really hungry. sigh I don’t want to put on any weight, so I guess instead […]

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AmazonSmile: Support Nonprofits by Shopping at Amazon


If you love shopping with Amazon and love supporting charitable organizations, you’ll love the new AmazonSmile program. It’s simple: For every purchase you make using AmazonSmile — eligible products are marked on their detail pages “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation” — Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price to the charitable organization of your choice. How cool […]

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Get Buffer and Level Up Your Social Media [App Update]


Engaging in the conversation on social media is a full-time job for some and a major distraction for others. The challenge of staying connected to your community without dividing your limited attention span is debilitating for some. Enter the buffest scheduling tool around, Buffer. It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Buffer here at […]

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The Idiot’s Guide to Smart People: Music [Video]

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I laughed and laughed when I watched this video. It peels back each and every layer of a true music snob. This could also be applied to some worship music people I know. Now someone needs to make a video series titled, The Idiot’s Guide to Pious People, with a variation of this video regarding […]

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Former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich: Could It Happen to You?

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The last few weeks have been pretty crazy with the controversy surrounding Mozilla’s initial CEO selection of Brendan Eich. For those that don’t know, Brendan Eich is the creator of JavaScript, cofounder of the Mozilla project, the Mozilla Foundation and the Mozilla Corporation, and also served as Mozilla’s chief technical officer before briefly serving as […]

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The Passion Week [Infographic]

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Passion Week is the week starting on Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday when Christ arose from the grave. Josh Byers has put together this cool infographic, cross-referencing each event during Passion Week with scripture — including major location changes “as well as the relative possible timing of the Last Supper, Trial and Crucifixion.” This well […]

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Elements of a Church Special Event Media Kit


I have seen Liquid Church (and others) put together some impressive media kits for church special events. While most churches may not have the staffing and media team that larger churches do, a “media kit” sounds far more intensive that it actually is. In fact, most churches organizing a special event or sermon series may […]

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Super Mario Destroyed My House [Video]


How cool would it be for a Mario game to come to life? Honestly, I would settle for a completed Mario AR iPhone or Android app that was completely playable (Kind of hints to Google’s April Fool’s Pokemon Maps). But the video below probably depicts what would really happen to our fragile world if Koopa, […]

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