Christian Business Ethics: Meet Steve Jobs [Discussion]

Dont Be That Steve

I am deeply haunted by Jesus’ words as he has just begun his three year ministry, gained his disciples, and was talking with the local community. Mark 8:34-38 Then he called the crowd to him along with his disciples and said: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross […]

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Only 20% Will Make It Past This Headline [Infographic]

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Content marketing is this beautiful idea that if we write something amazing for a product or service we believe in, people will see our brilliance and flock to us. In fact, people do this on their social media and blogs daily. But it doesn’t happen as often as you think. Sometimes this is because the […]

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What Would Your Dream Computer Be? [Case Study]

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When I was a senior in high school and getting ready to go to college, was the last time I built my own PC. It lasted me 7 years, which in the tech world, is ancient. Afterwards, when i was in ministry, I made my computer experience more about productivity than power and so switched […]

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Gender Equality In Tech and Gaming [Video]


I am blessed enough when I was running my church technology team that I had a diverse demographic within the church congregation. Don’t get me wrong, it was definitely privileged white Americans, but I had stay-at-home moms, teens, college students, retirees, and working dads all on the groups with their own specialties. The fact that […]

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Speak Millennial – Reach More People with Mass Text Messaging

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According to a recent Pew Religion Study, 25 percent of Americans born after 1980 are not religious, compared with 11 percent of baby boomers and 7 percent of the generation born between 1928 and 1945. How can churches engage Millennials? No matter how your church plans to improve faith development among young adults, you need […]

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How to Make Your Website (and Prints) Dyslexic Friendly

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How many people do you think are dyslexic in your church? Obviously, these figures aren’t always reflected in every church (due to demographics, etc…), but roughly 1 in every 10 people have some form of dyslexia. This means that in a church of 300 people, probably 30 of them are dyslexic. That’s a sizeable amount […]

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