For my fellow thirty-somethings, let me present you this video game flowchart.
A resource, if you will.
Chances are, you’re married, with kids, and keep yourself busy with your daytime job and volunteering at church. So when you do have a moment to play some video games, deciding what to play is vitally important. There’s no time to waste! High scores, epic quests and level ups await!
Here’s a fun flowchart to help you pick the perfect video game to play:
While he spent 15 years working with the biggest brands in the world (did we mention he was a New York Times Bestselling author?), he took some time to talk with us—not a real powerful career move, but we’re grateful.
In this special ChurchMag podcast, we talk with Jon Acuff, about Jon Acuff and ask Five Questions of Jon Acuff.
Within the realm of blogging and social media for seventy8 Productions, I get to be the one that dreams of the vision, calls the shots, and puts it into action. The process from a great idea to implementation is simply limited by the amount of time I can put it together. It is great to see these dreams come to fruition and then to see them become successes.
A corporate digital marketing strategy is different. The process is not as streamlined. And not everything I think is a great idea actually gets made.
Whether it’s faster to make your latte at home or picking one up at the local Starbucks is debatable, but which is cheaper is certainly not.
It’s amazing to see the price savings, isn’t it?
A retail latte is almost six times more!
I appreciate a good cup of coffee and I most certainly enjoying walking up the street to my local cafe for a morning cup of espresso, but six times more? What is it, exactly, that compels us to spend six times more for a cup of coffee, anyway?
It is the Thanksgiving season and everyone is in the mood to be kind to their neighbor (at least until Black Friday and then you better not be in the way between me and my future Christmas presents!). In the rush to have a great Thanksgiving Sunday service or youth group, you might need one more great illustration to fill a gap. We have the perfect video for your ministry and it comes from my favorite little president impersonator, Kid President.
We've been insanely-interested in exploring how the Church, ministries, and non-profits use technology to effectively fulfill their mission to the world.
With a small blog that started in September of 2008 we grew faster than we had ever dared to dream expanding into a network of blogs that reached more than a quarter million people every single month.
In May of 2011 we re-focused our efforts bringing all of the content back into one solidified brand - a "digital magazine" of resources that still serve the same industries and that still has the same curious heartbeat that started this movement.