The New Year kicks off and it feels like it’s time to talk about conferences in 2020.
Are they still relevant? Are they as useful as they should be? Are online conferences better?
This week we discuss we hope this gives you some things to think about it as you plan your personal conference attendance list for 2020.
Happy New Year!
2019 is now behind us and all of 2020 lays before us like untouched snow.
What will it bring? Where will we go? How will all of our questions of the future be answered?
We’re excited for ChurchMag in 2020…
What are some of your favorite 2020 slogans, sayings, and incoming puns for the New Year? Tell us on Twitter @ChurchMag using #cmagcast or by email at [email protected] and we’ll share it on an upcoming episode.
A few months ago, John MacAurther’s “go home” comments created a lot of discussions. Audio that would have normally occurred behind closed doors and remained behind closed doors — becomes public and spreads like wildfire.
This week on the podcast we discuss how technology now enables the capture and spread of behavior far more easily than in times past. What does that mean for us? And what about all the times we personally share our thoughts on something — only to find that we change our minds in the future?
ChurchMag has been going for over a decade now. Whoa. Let that sink in. Many churches, church tech, communications and creatives have found support over the years. Somewhere along the journey the podcast came along. We’re not done yet, but it’s always cool to look back. Here are the top 10 ChurchMag podcast episodes since the podcast started to the end of the 2010s decade.
Do you check the ratings of movies and video games before your children consume them?
What about YouTube or other online streaming services?
Resources like Common Sense Media are wonderful resources but are there other things to consider?
This week on the podcast we discuss our personal approaches and several things to keep in mind as parents — and even as Uncles, Aunts, Grandparents, friends, etc. as a content gatekeeper for children.