At 78p.tv we love great looking images. Personally I adore great looking images. As we minister in an increasingly visual culture, an image could make or break whatever content you’re attempting to broadcast, be it a sermon series, blog post, or social media announcement. If you’ve ever wrestled with finding the right image for your ministry, we highly recommend Lightstock.
Last week I was trying to rock my beautiful baby girl to sleep. Poor little one was over tired, so it was talking a little bit longer than normal. Finally, she calmed down but wouldn’t close her eyes! That’s when I started to get bored. I got a weird feeling in the pit of my stomach and I wanted to wake my wife up just to pass me my phone (I didn’t, by the way). I imagine that is what it is like for a smoker to be itching for a cigarette. Just needed to check my notifications, messages, and email. After all, you never know who needs to talk at 1am!
That’s when it hit me: Am I really thinking this? Feeling this way? I’m holding my brand new baby girl, and wishing I had my phone to keep me company? Surely this isn’t me! But the more I thought about it, the more I came to realize that I’ve been sucked into technology and the wonders it offered me.
Have you ever felt this way?
This is the final article in a short series covering various ways to get yourself organized and synced up across your various Android devices (don’t worry, iOS has most of these apps too!). This article will feature Springpad’s Android ecosystem and some helpful ways to use this platform and it’s creative organization techniques to sort out some of the mess in ministry. [Read more…] about Getting Organized on Android Part 3: Springpad
How in the world could you do all that ministry if you miss your alarm and wake up at 1:00pm? Timely is a relatively new alarm app for Android that does a little bit more than other alarm apps. Let’s take a look.
This is the second in a short series covering various ways to get yourself organized and synced up across your various Android devices (don’t worry, iOS has most of these apps too!). This article will feature Evernote’s Android ecosystem and some helpful ways to use this platform and it’s various products to boost productivity and reduce stress in ministry.
Previously, we discussed what Google has to offer in the area of getting yourself together for productivity. Next up in our war on clutter is Evernote. Evernote is a great idea that exploded into an incredibly powerful suite of services all designed to organize your ideas in constructive ways. In this article, we’ll discuss what Evernote has to offer, and how it compares to Google’s organizational ecosystem.
This is the twenty-nineth article in the series App of the Week series.
I’m a news app junky. There are two main kinds of news apps, and I want to take a second to distinguish between them. The first are RSS Aggregators which allow you to pull from various services like Feedly, Feedbin, Google Reader (RIP), and others. Then there are news apps that will give you what you get, either from a collection of editors, social media sites, or articles grouped by topic. Circa News is one of those apps. Honestly, I’ve never been a fan of someone offering me something I didn’t ask for, so let’s see how Circa holds up.