Saturday Sunday Share #40

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It’s Saturday Sunday Share already?

Where did the week go, anyway? Sheesh!

Last week’s Saturday Sunday Share was a little sparse, but they were awesome all the same:

So what did you do this past week?

  • What did you build?
  • What did you create?
  • What did you begin?
  • What did you finish?

Let us critique your work in progress or give you a high-five, this is Saturday Sunday Share.

Let’s see what you’ve got!


Eric Dye

I am a blogger, business owner and lover of coffee. I spend most of my time as Programs Director for Open Church, but you'll also find me as a writer and editor for ChurchMag, as well as working on Live Theme and ChurchMag Press. All while enjoying my family and sipping espresso in Italy.

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  1. says

    I finished and changed to a new theme on my website ( if you want to see). I tracked down a problem with the church I put cameras into (wrong input on the projector). I played around with the Turn.js script that Eric talked about (I think I could make a fun ebook with it). I went to the church with the cameras to get the pesky second camera to work and got my 232-422 adapters to work on the camera that worked already, giving me hope that it could work. When I tried it on the second camera, it didn’t work. I came back on Friday and changed where I put the null modem adapter and viola, it worked. I was starting to doubt myself, so I’m glad it worked.

    I nearly forgot that I wrote two posts for (a new record); I hope I don’t do too many ;).

    Next week, I hope to get pretty far on formatting for “Tweeting Church,” my second book. If I can get that done, maybe I’ll order a proof. I’m planning on having the paper and kindle version ready for my church’s leadership conference in the middle of next month.

    Oh, I started reading “Get Slightly Famous.” I really just want to help the Church (and not starve in the process).


  2. says

    This past week I released – it’s a website where you can search for movies by title and it will give you a page with some info from IMDb, Plugged In, and Kids in Mind.

    Basically whenever my family is making a decision about a particular movie, I check those three websites, which is especially difficult on a mobile device. Check a Film is mobile device friendly.

    Let me know if you find it useful or have any suggestions for improvements.


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