In talking with a few ministry friends, I realize that the topic of technology and ministry is one that piques my interest. It’s one I could talk about . . . a lot.
Now, please don’t make the assumption that I’m an IT kind of guy. I know how to do what I need to do. The rest I go to our real IT Director for at our church.
This series of posts will simply be me sharing some tools we use in ministry in what I hope is a dialogue. I’d like your comments if you have used these tools. I’d also like to hear what tools you have used that I haven’t mentioned.
This is by no means an exhaustive list nor are these specifically all student ministry tools.
So, I invite you to read, comment, agree, disagree, etc. Let’s make this a dialogue instead of a monologue.
And . . . with full disclosure . . . unless something amazing comes of this, I have not been given any product or service from the companies I mention for promoting their product. I’m just sharing 21st century style word-of-mouth about tools I have found useful that you might too.
I will be starting with several short posts highlighting mobile apps I am using. I use an iPod Touch, however many of these may be available for iPhone, Blackberry or Android. When that series is done, I’ll move on to tools I use on my MacBook Pro and some that are available “in the cloud.”