You may have noticed that I’ve started making a few videos for YouTube recently. It’s been a fun creative challenge and break from my writing day job. I’ve also hoped to share some lessons with Christians and Church’s as I’ve progressed and learned. Today, I’m testing the Rode Smartlav vs Rode VideoMicro vs iPhone to see which is the best audio for phone videos.[Read more…] about Best Audio for Phone Videos: Rode Smartlav vs Rode VideoMicro vs iPhone
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
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
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
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
With different states and countries in different phases of “re-opening” we talk about going back to school. And there are some thoughts about youth ministry and evangelism. On the overall this episode is also about about the profound impact on a generation, maybe even the one after.
We’d love to know how things are going in your home, district, even city. What are some of your thoughts about school, your children or young people in your church or community?[Read more…] about Back to School or to the Drawing Board? [Podcast #318]