It’s been a while since I was this excited about a Church Tech Snack Pack. There’s a lot of yummy goodness this week, enjoy!
Helping Your Church Staff Overcome the Technology Curve
Cynthia Terpstra outlines some great to help introduce new technology to your church staff.
New WordPress theme from StudioPress
Built on the Genesis Framework, Centric Pro Theme is a beautiful new theme from StudioPress.com. It’s priced well, and if you have the StudioPress Pro Plus All-Theme Package, it’s free to download. 😀
Top 5 church software trends for 2014
Do you agree?
The Social Church: A Theology of Digital Communication
Justin Wise’s new book isn’t a handbook on how-to sign up for a Facebook account, it’s a whole lot more. You can get it in both paperback and Kindle format.
[HT Trevor Tinsley]
Easter Social Media Plan [Free Download]
A great resource from Josh Burns!
Google’s new web gallery helps you find public map data
Churches should look into this!
Getting Started In Church Communication Ebook Series
These should be great!
The Soundbooth: The Four Elements Of Church Sound Redux – Part 2
This is some dynamite stuff. Only hardcore audio geeks need apply. 😉
The True Identity of Andy’s Mom in Toy Story Will Blow Your Mind
If you haven’t read this, yet, read it now.
Design Basics: Moving Beyond Stock vs. Original Photography
Finally. A balanced approach outlined by Matt Adams (why doesn’t he write a post for ChurchMag?)
Top 5 Questions: Projection
Tim Adams covers five important questions to ask when setting up Church projection.
Don’t forget to clean your hands when you’re done. There’s nothing worse than Cheeto dusk all over your keyboard (you know what I’m talking about).
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