Every once in a while we ask church staff and volunteers alike what they wish others knew about church tech. It is interesting that when we pose this question we’re never short of both old and new. After our most recent ask on Twitter I thought we’d do a series on this. If you’d like to contribute to this series let me know here. Anyways, ‘Complexity’ one of the things we wish you knew about church tech.[Read more…] about Complexity – What You Should Know About Church Tech
This year we welcome Sean Leacy to discuss technology consumerism and the global impact it has on the environment, people, and some practical things you can do to start a positive push in the right direction.
This is a “no judgment” discuss — and simply a conversation started to begin thinking about these very important things (Also coffee? Maybe, but only at the end).
How often is technology sold on ideas and concepts that promise growth? But can these promises even be kept?
This week on the podcast we talk about how growth is not created by using a tech tool on its own — but that it is simply a tool.
What are some of the reasons you’ve used to persuade others to invest in new technology? Jump into the conversation via Twitter @ChurchMag using #cmagcast or by email at [email protected] and we’ll share it on an upcoming episode.
Is your church, ministry, or nonprofit organization meeting tech-pectations?
What kind of tech is being leveraged and how? What can followers, donors, and potential followers expect? How do we manage all the competing audiences, competences and priorities?
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!