Whether you are a regular blogger who wants to come up with great typography for your featured images, a youth worker that needs new fonts for your next flyers, or the worship designer for your slides to push up on the screen, you need to have the right fonts. The hope is that with these better fonts, you will have better displays to create better experiences and designs. Yet, if I preach to use good photo habits, I should help you find them. Thus, once a month we will try to get you some great free fonts to use.
There is a notion among bloggers that it is normal to not be able to come up with posts because of a lack of creativity or inspiration. I want to combat that line of thinking and challenge you to set yourself up for success. Below are three tips for bloggers to find that creativity, continue to be inspired for their next blog post, and avoid writer’s block at all costs.
The Microsoft XBox 360 has become more than just a gaming system, but a home entertainment unit for families that want to cut the cord from cable companies and use online content distributors like Hulu Plus and Netflix. This summer, Microsoft is planning to announcement some big details about the next iteration of their Xbox lineup, but one feature we already know about: IlluminRoom.
Microsoft’s XBox IlluminRoom is a technology integrated with the Xbox and Kinect system to make your experience more than just what is on your television screen. Using a projector that has been setup in the room, you can now experience a whole new level of gaming. What applications does this have for the Church? Presentations will be bigger and better and youth group game nights can be amazing.
Giving is an important part of the Christian faith for both the Church, as it relies on those funds to operate as well as impact the local and global community with the love of Christ, as well as for individuals in sacrificing a little bit of themselves, centering their hearts on God and truly relying on Him in everything they do including their time and finances.
But are we missing out with only passing the offering plate and not providing for online giving?
Yesterday, I had a wonderful conversation with Rachel Blom of YouthLeadersAcademy.com on why she has used Evernote for so long, how she optimally uses it throughout the week, and some concerns I may have on beginning to use it. As the conversation progressed, I found myself wanting that freedom from using ten different apps to keep track of my life and so I decided to try out a 21 Day Evernote Challenge. This is my outlined attempt at being successful with Evernote.
I was able to get an interview with Rachel Blom who is an avid Evernote user for a very long time. I wanted to pick her brain on the software because I keep hearing how amazing it is, I understand the potential for organizational change that is there, and yet I see several barriers to use.
Within the video, I also share about a 21 Day Evernote challenge, I will have more on that tomorrow.