Connecting Your Church’s Online Presences

  So you’ve setup a great church website, you keep it updated and well-organized. You’ve created a Facebook page for your church and have a respectable number of “likes.” You might even have a Twitter account for the church and you post things there to your hand-full of followers. You’ve…

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Beefing up the band with digital musicians

One of the ways I mentioned before about how churches can use technology was to add digital musicians to your worship team.  I wanted to go into a little more detail and share how we’re doing that at Journey now. First a few key things to understand: Generally speaking, I’m…

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5 Ways to Use Technology at Church

In case you might not have picked up on it, I’m a fan of technology. I’m also very pro technology when it comes to church and leveraging that technology to make things interactive, engaging and user-friendly. So if your church isn’t on the technology train yet or you’re wondering if…

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Would Jesus be on Facebook?

Last night at Merge (Journey’s weeknight Bible study) we covered an unusual topic for a Bible study: Facebook. Specifically, is Facebook a good thing for Christians to be a part of. There’s been lots of stuff posted lately about this very topic, and some from some very high-profile people. The…

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Using QR Codes in Church

I’ve mentioned before about how at Journey, we’re always looking for ways to leverage technology in new and unique ways. One way we do that is by adding QR codes to our bulletin. A QR (or Quick Reference) code is a square bar code that can be used in several…

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Churches & Websites: Come on! You Can Do Better!

LifeWay Research just conducted a survey about churches and websites. Check out these results: 78% of churches have a website 43% of churches use their website to receive & distribute prayer requests 39% of churches use their website to register people for events 30% of churches use their website to…

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