For the past 150+ Church Tech Snack Packs, I’ve written some sort of comment with each link shared.
I think it’s about time to stop this practice.
Week after week, I find myself writing the most absurd things:
- Gotta check this out!
- True story.
From now on, if I don’t have anything to add to a link, such as further clarification on what the link is about or just a general thought I have to share with you, I’ll just drop the link and let you dig into it.
I’ve avoided doing this for a long time. It felt lazy or something, but the truth is, you have a limited amount of time and don’t need the extra noise. So, if you see a comment under a link, it might actually be worth reading. Otherwise, just enjoy the link and go on with your big, bad, awesome self.
Okay? We cool?
I hope you enjoy this week’s pack!
— Rachael Krishna (@RachaelKrishna) June 14, 2017
Mid June? WHAT THE CRAP!?!?!
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) June 13, 2017
WHAT TO DO WITH A NEGATIVE ONLINE REVIEW
Ironically, in ALL UPPERCASE.
YOUTH MINISTRY CURRICULUM + ANNUAL STRATEGY
This is a great resource, check it out!
You Can’t Ignore This 2017 Church Website Trend
Pretty much a sales pitch, but I couldn’t resist considering the title…(click bait?)
Why You Need To Use An Apple TV For Your Youth Ministry
“Need” is a strong word…
For my 7+ years at Ubi no matter what cool shit we announced there was forever a chorus of “yeah but what about BG&E2!?”
WHAT NOW, NERDS!!?
— Ed Casey (@edcasey) June 12, 2017