5 things every church should know about technology

Full disclosure: I have an agenda. But it's not what you might first think. Every move we make at Church Community Builder and—in turn—every post I write is intended to guide church leaders to a better how.

Much of the information I bring to you deals with how to maximize ministry opportunity by utilizing technology to support, sustain, and measure the effectiveness of your ministry processes. There is good chance I think about these things a little more than you do.

Since we've covered a lot of ground recently, I thought it would be a great idea to identify five recent posts that get to the heart of what you need to know about technology and ministry.

  1. 5 questions to ask when buying technology for your church
  2. Churchgoers just as tech-savvy as non-churchgoers
  3. Church Technology 101: The purpose of your ChMS
  4. MAG talks about churches in the cloud
  5. Finding significance in technology and ministry

How is technology moving your church to deeper levels of ministry engagement and more authentic community?

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Posted by Steve Caton on Jul 9, 2012 10:12:18 PM