In an earlier post on what we should all know about church tech, we explored complexity. We touched on how broad “church tech” is. We also spoke about the importance of understanding of drawings line between disciplines. And, that it was critical for church leaders to understand this. Check out that post here. We now look at structure and systems in church tech. “Structure and systems” is not a phrase loved in every organisation.[Read more…] about Structure And Systems In Church Tech – You Should Know
COVID is bringing along with it economic turmoil in its wake. This ultimately affects church budgets — so what do you do about your church tech budgets?
Should it be slashed? Should it be expanded?
The answer isn’t as obvious as you might think.[Read more…] about Church Tech Budgets During COVID Fallout [Podcast #315]
This week on the podcast we talk about bubbles!
Not the fun kind of bubbles, but the kind of bubbles you want to be careful not to find yourself in. 🙂
When you are looking for solutions, advice — or giving advice on solutions — you need to be mindful of how you approach it.
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.
The website is finished. The Facebook page has been set up. You’ve been running the soundboard for years. Now what? How do you find inspiration? Now what do you do next? How do you move forward?
In this episode of the podcast we discuss how to deal with the day-to-day. Now, let’s talk about it!
In this week’s episode, we talk about Eric’s recent run-in with his lawnmower and what any of that has to do with Church Tech.
Are you careful when approaching something new? Or does your caution cause you to lack action?
Let’s talk about it!