As we approach the 100th Church Tech Snack Pack, I’ve been thinking about how we might should mix things up a bit.
Upon further review, I’ve seen there has been a natural progression and change—which is encouraging. Perhaps throwing in more alternative bits of snacks—other than links—is the way to go?
Enjoy this week’s pack and drop me some feedback if you like—enjoy! 😀
Get 50% off Scrivener for PC & Mac! https://t.co/RrH1iJkOVy
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) October 9, 2015
God Rest Ye Stressed Communicators: Planning Christmas for Your Church
Church Marketing Sucks drops a great new book! Check it out!
Most important question to consider when building a church website
Shouldn’t a church website target be pretty much the same across the board?
Six powerful ways to end your sermon
6 facts about teen romance in the digital age
5 VIDEOS FOR CHRISTIAN MINISTRY AND MISSION (OCTOBER 2015)
I love this kind of stuff. 😀
4 Ways to Improve Engagement With Hashtags
While I’m not the biggest fan of this website, this is good stuff, here.
Pros and Cons of Live vs. Delayed Church Video Streaming
Versus? Why not both? Or some here and some there?
How to Successfully Use a Conference Twitter Hashtag
— snopes.com (@snopes) October 7, 2015
Sometimes I send tweets to podcasts hosts as I listen. And then later realise they have no context for my comment.
— Chris Wilson (@MrChrisJWilson) October 7, 2015
That moment when you walk into the store and a little kid says under their breath and eyes wide: “It’s Santa Claus…” pic.twitter.com/8IjBk6P781
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) October 7, 2015
Do you have a link that you would like to include in a future Church Tech Snack pack? Send it to us!