Using technology in your church
Today's technology has the power to bring people together in ways like never before. It can also enhance and facilitate communication, community and discipleship. Learn about some tips, tools and best practices from the articles below.
4 ways to use Facebook Live at church – go beyond the worship service!
Extend your livestream ministry and connect with a growing online congregation. Read More
Keep your congregation connected during the summer
Take advantage of technology, Find-A-Church and giving opportunities to help maintain church ties when people can't physically attend services or small groups. Read More
6 powerful search engines help you find the best results
Ever hit a dead end with Google results? Google is geared for the masses, which is why you should know about these alternatives. Read More
How to save money with technology
Pinching pennies is never fun, but cutting costs can be good stewardship. Here are several ideas on how to save money using technology. It’s not as hard as you... Read More
Is your church missing out on the latest bright, shiny thing?
It's good to be an early adopter! Just be practical and strategic. Do your research. Technology, while great, will not fix bad church strategy. Read More
Embrace technology to make meaningful family connections
You've heard it before. Technology is destroying our families. But research suggests otherwise. Here are a few ways to use technology to bring families closer. Read More
Online forms for dummies: Easy tips to save time and money
Easily collect emails, donations and volunteer registrations. This isn't up for discussion. Start saving time, money and the environment today. Read More
Digging Google Trends’ goldmine to craft great content
Need illustration ideas? Easily harness the data from billions of search hours to find hot topics, grab attention and foster memorable teaching moments. Read More
3 ways churches are using text messaging for good
Go ahead! Text in church. It's the preferred form of communication for so many, so it only seems logical to explore ways to utilize this technology in church. Read More