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
Adults generally spend most of their time at work or working. Hence the importance of making sure it that work isn’t harmful. Like mental health, other aspects of occupational health are often given thoughts after suffering some ailments. Working from home and not having much of a life outside, had me spending more time on my computer at my desk. I discovered and thought I’d share with you an ergonomic setup for your desk.[Read more…] about An Ergonomic Setup For Your Desk – Simple Hacks
Meetings, in one form or another are necessary. People working together on one project, with the same objective must coordinate. It’s not always practical or efficient for people to meet in person. In those instances conference and online calls make sense. Besides clear objectives and guidelines, a distraction-free environment matters, even for online meetings. With that, here are tips for online meetings.[Read more…] about 7 Simple Tips For Online Meetings
There is an ongoing tension between quality and quantity.
Sure, it would be nice to have both — but most of the time the cost for this is simply too high.
So which is the better route? Is the answer always the same?
This week on the podcast we explore the tension between these two.
Church staff and those working for small ministries and nonprofits understand what it’s like to wear “many hats.” Youth Pastors responsible for the website, church secretaries deligated to care for Facebook — the list goes on.
But don’t most smaller organizations have this pain point? Is there a difference?
“So many hats, so little time”: this week on the podcast, we barely scratch the surface of this glacier of a topic.
How often do you sit in a team meeting at church and feel bored or like you are wasting your time?
The CrashCourse video below is 10 minutes of great tips and suggestions regarding team meetings. And it got me to thinking about all the teams one can find in a church, from the church-tech team to the door-greeter team, and there are all sorts of other places in the church where these tips could come in handy.