Archives for July 2012
Amazing, isn’t it!?!
Here’s some more of his work:
Are you involved in community activism? I didn’t think so. But if you’re like most people, you’d like to be able to tell others that you’re a good civic-minded person. In an ideal world you would go to all the town-hall meetings and voice your opinion on how things could be done better. But it just takes so much time and energy to find out where the meetings are, go to them, and let your voice be heard … that is, until now.
Meet MindMixer – the quickly growing web-based program for connecting government organizations with interested citizens. Think of it like a “virtual town hall”. It is great for cities and organizations who continually struggle to get public feedback on their many programs and initiatives. And nothing could be better for citizens already used to the social-media world where interacting with others is as simple as clicking the mouse and tapping the keyboard.
I’m sure you’ve heard of Gideons International. They’ve been around since 1899 and have been dedicated to distributing free Bibles in hospitals, hotel rooms and countries around the world.
In fact, last year alone, Gideons International distributed 80 million Bibles!
However, there’s one hotel that has removed these Gideon Bibles from their 148 rooms and replaced them with Kindles.
Last week’s Facebook Friday was fairly dry, as it related to ChCMS’.
This week, let’s take it easy and have a little summertime fun, shall we?
If you’re looking for an iOS app that will help you keep your prayer life organized, take a look at Prayer Notebook app.
The Prayer Notebook app is a well organized, easy to use, and is nicely designed. Who says a prayer app has to be ugly, right?
One of my favorite features is Prayer Mode.
Check it out: