Projection Software for Church Services

I remember the first time I saw a data projector used in a church service. The unit was the size of a carry-on piece of luggage and it also acted as a convergence device with a built in VCR! Today, you would be hard pressed to find a church without

By |2022-04-05T17:59:37+10:0022 August, 2011|

On discussion in the blogosphere

I had intended to post the next selection from the writings of F. W. Boreham today, but I've pushed it back to tomorrow because of how last week's discussions here at InFocus (see here and here) and Jeremy's post yesterday have raised the issue of online discussion. I think there

By |2021-11-25T22:37:39+10:009 August, 2011|

What’s on Your Wall?

When I joined Facebook, my initial feeling was fascination.  I was connecting with friends around the world in a way that was convenient and relatively secure.  We regained contact with other friends whom we probably would never see again, due to distance or circumstances.  As our friend list grew online,

By |2022-04-05T19:09:22+10:004 August, 2010|

iPads.. in a ministry context

Chances are (if you’re reading this blog) you know about the launch of the Apple iPad. Perhaps you’re curious about its potential for use in a ministry context? Perhaps you have a strong opinion (for or against) based on your technological preference? I own one. Here are my initial thoughts:

By |2022-04-05T18:07:57+10:002 June, 2010|

Have You Heard of These?

If you lead or help in a church ministry, here are four Australian resources which can assist and encourage you. Matthias Media is a local evangelical publisher with a distinct focus: "We're not the slightest bit interested in adding to the already monumental pile of Christian books churned out each

By |2022-04-05T19:18:28+10:0017 February, 2010|

It’s time for you to help with this

Five years ago we arrived at the church building on Sunday morning to discover graffiti and smashed eggs across the frontage of the church. As a church community, we mobilised to remove the marks and the eggs on the same day that they were discovered. No problem. Now go to

By |2022-04-05T18:13:25+10:0011 February, 2010|

Thinking about Bible Software?

The most common mistake people make when choosing Bible software is choosing based on the quantity of resources available. If you talk about your Bible software in terms of “how many books you own” – you really have missed the point (but we won’t hold it against you). First and

By |2022-04-05T18:13:43+10:004 February, 2010|

Dorm Discussions and Other Analogies

From time to time, someone who is unfamiliar with the internet in all its applications will ask me to explain it to them. They want to know what is a blog, a forum, a social networking site. I usually spend a few minutes explaining how these three mediums work and

By |2013-01-10T23:09:47+10:0019 February, 2009|

Is the Web the Future?

Today marks twelve years of ministry for Worship Music Ministries. Twelve years of music in Australia One of my burdens for music ministry in Australia, and for support ministries in general in Australia, is that they would be self sustaining. I could probably write a whole series of posts on

By |2013-01-11T01:49:32+10:0026 November, 2008|
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