Every once in a while we ask church staff and volunteers alike what they wish others knew about church tech. It is interesting that when we pose this question we’re never short of both old and new. After our most recent ask on Twitter I thought we’d do a series on this. If you’d like to contribute to this series let me know here. Anyways, ‘Complexity’ one of the things we wish you knew about church tech.[Read more…] about Complexity – What You Should Know About Church Tech
Adults generally spend most of their time at work or working. Hence the importance of making sure it that work isn’t harmful. Like mental health, other aspects of occupational health are often given thoughts after suffering some ailments. Working from home and not having much of a life outside, had me spending more time on my computer at my desk. I discovered and thought I’d share with you an ergonomic setup for your desk.[Read more…] about An Ergonomic Setup For Your Desk – Simple Hacks
The death of George Floyd has moved the discussion of racism up on our agenda. It has been a catalyst, even a reminder for some of us in the Church to pay attention to the injustice of racism. In response to some of the discussions that have come up a some individuals and organisations are giving free anti-racism resources for the church. Here are some of the ones we’re aware of:[Read more…] about Free Anti-Racism Resources For The Church
In the first post in this series, Lessons From Paul, we alluded to that church leaders need to have good self-awareness to lead through uncertain times. No doubt self awareness is important in leading, at any time. You can read the first post here. It is that much more important in times of crisis. While other lessons from Paul (as in that apostle) are applicable at any time, they are more important in uncertain times. Leverage tech. That’s the lesson from Paul we cover in this post.[Read more…] about Leading In Uncertain Times. Lessons From Paul: Leverage Tech
It seems every blog post, speech or communication starts with, “In these uncertain times…” or something similar. This is because there’s an undeniable, shared reality. I can’t remember a time in my life, so far, where the world has had a shared unpleasant experience as this. As a result, I’ve been thinking about how leaders of the early Church led through crisis. I wondered if there were lessons for today’s church from Paul on leading in uncertain times.[Read more…] about Leading In Uncertain Times: Learning From Paul – Leader
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