Should ‘bigger’ be one of the things that should keep church leaders up at night? Bigger isn’t always better. I definitely don’t want a bigger waste line. I could pass on a bigger phone bill too. Somehow we have all bought into the concept of bigger solving all our problems. Bigger houses, bigger bank accounts. In the immortal words of Christopher Wallace, “the more money we come across the more problems we see.”[Read more…] about Beyond Numbers #01: Things That Should Keep Church Leaders Up At Night
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Instagram is popular because, more than selfies, we get to not only see but share our worlds. One of the coolest jobs a photographer could wish for is capturing history for posterity in the office of the U.S. presidency. Now, imagine doing that for two presidencies. While a photographer’s eye and skill come first, it’s great to know a president’s photographer’s camera and gear choice. It’s also cool to find out why they chose to use the tools they use.[Read more…] about A President’s Photographer’s Camera & Gear Choice [Video]
Plans are changing rapidly for churches for Easter. The need for social media content to match these changes is increasing. So here are some free Easter social media images for your church from me to you![Read more…] about Free Easter Social Media Content to Help Your Church Navigate COVID-19
I can still remember the day when Poland FINALLY got Apple Pay. I was surprised that we were so late as we had a robust contactless payment infrastructure. Before Apple Pay was announced there were other solutions around including Google Pay/wallet. I initially intended to use it as a backup plan to my usual payment systems but I soon found myself using it for everything. So I thought it would be useful to consider the advantages and disadvantages of digital payments from a giver’s perspective.