As we get to the end of another year, I thought it would be great to share the top 10 ChurchMag posts. Of course this has been a pandemic / COVID-19 dominated year. There are many things that have happened in the world and in church space but those reflections will be for another post. For now, here are the top 10 ChurchMag 2020 posts.[Read more…] about The Top 10 ChurchMag 2020 Posts – Most Read
Recently, Notion added a new backlinks feature that is similar to those bi-directional links in other note taking applications like Roam research and obsidian.md. This new feature opens up a better way to take digital Bible notes in Notion where you can have notes referencing the text and each other.[Read more…] about Notion Backlinks For Better Digital Bible Notes
As someone starting out in preaching, it’s important that I have a system so I don’t forget any important steps or process. In an earlier post, I showed how I create a board in Notion to track upcoming sermons. Today I wanted to show how I prepare a sermon using Notion and showcase a template I have created.[Read more…] about How to Prepare a Sermon Using Notion
This year I started taking classes at a Bible school (thankfully online) and that has lead to me starting to preach at church. As I prepared my first sermon, I wanted to establish a system to help me with tracking sermons and collect useful notes and examples for future sermons. I also wanted a system that would incorporate my own private Bible study notes. Around the same time, I had started hearing more and more about the app Notion.[Read more…] about Tracking Your Sermons With Notion
Do you track your Bible reading? Have you considered using Notion to track your Bible reading? Well that’s exactly what Theology Nights has set about doing in 2020. I know that other ChurchMag writers like Jesse and Blessing are big fans of Notion so I was interested to learn more about Notion and how I might like to use it for my own Bible reading tracking.
Several years ago, I ditched Evernote. I was a loyal user for the all the reasons everyone loves Evernote: organization, the ability to handle any data type you throw at it, and having it available on any and every device I used. Then, they restructured. Free features became locked behind a paywall, and I could only use the free version on two devices, this wouldn’t work as I was constantly bouncing between my phone, tablet, and desktop. This began my search for a replacement that could do everything I needed it to. Finally, last year, Notion launched, and I haven’t looked back. This calls for a Notion review. [Read more…] about Notion Review After Changing From Evernote