New City Catechism [App Review]

New City Catechism [App Review]

New City Catechism is an attempt by The Gospel Coalition to bring the tradition of studying the catechism into the modern digital age. For those not in the know (i.e. those raised outside of church or in a non-liturgical church), a catechism is a series of questions and answers designed to help an individual or […]

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Truth Facts: When Truth is Funnier than Fiction

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There’s a Danish website called Truth Facts. My Danish isn’t all that great, but I can read some of it (I speak both Dutch and German and these languages are somewhat similar). Enough to understand the gist of it. But now they’ve launched an English version of Truth Facts as well (technically it’s part of […]

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6 Supercharging Pomodoro Techniques

6 Supercharging Pomodoro Techniques

There are many tricks we can use to help motivate ourselves to do tricky work, to stick to time limits and ensure we don’t fall into Parkinson’s law of spending too much time on a task as every task fills the time allotted to it. One of the best little tricks that can really help […]

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Top 3 Tech Trends You Should Watch in 2015 [Infographic]

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I will say this up front, this has some great ideas for businesses that will not translate to churches, at least night right away. I don’t see pastors finding immediate needs for phablets or wearables. But I do think this will help create a culture of out-of-the-box thinking. Read through the infographic below, keep an […]

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WiFi & the Most High: The Church as the Center

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Does your church have WiFi? If you’re a regular ChurchMag reader, I’d hazard a guess that it does. Here’s a question you’re less likely to answer “yes” to: Is your church open for public use of the WiFi? Andrew Lloyd Webber, the Andrew Lloyd Webber who gave us The Phantom of the Opera, Cats and […]

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Church Tech with Mike Sessler [Podcast #41]

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There’s hardly anyone more techie about Church tech than Mike Sessler. Mike is a “innovative visionary,” “ingenious problem solver,” and “team builder.” Jeremy Smith interviews Mike about a number of different issues that are important and vital to Church tech, including the popular question: Should my church be providing a live video feed? This interview—and the usual tomfoolery—is […]

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Forza Horizon 2 [Saturday Morning Review]

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Forza Horizon 2 is a stunning, fun racing game for the Xbox that’s addictive for both kids and adults. We play it on an Xbox One and the graphics are impressive. It’s set in the south of France and the north of Italy, making the lavender fields and Poplars look very familiar since we’ve been […]

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Paintings that Break Your Brain

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First there was famous artist Escher with his drawings that you could study for hours, because they completely tricked your brain. Now there’s Rob Gonsalves, a Canadian artist who paints paintings that break your brain. His art combines two concepts that seamlessly transition from one into another. His optical illusions are so stunning, you keep studying […]

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