One more day till the new year. Turns out 2012 wasn’t the end of the world. So, on that theme, I thought I’d start this next year with a question for you. What would you do if you had one day left to live? It’s a new year, you have a world to change, what will you do? How will you make every day count?
Happy New Year all!!!
I was planning on publishing some goofy thing on Conversatio Morum for Christmas. Similar to what happened on Thanksgiving. However, as I started reading the Christmas account from Matthew 2 this year, any goofy post I had thought of fell by the wayside. I was taken into the story in a new way. There was a part that I had simply accepted and never meditated on, or ignored. Until yesterday. Continue reading
This is the 4th post on Church Web Strategy here at Conversatio Morum. When it comes to Missiology, technology (specifically web technology) is one of your biggest assets. If you aren’t sure where to start you can read the previous 3 posts here, here, and here.
This post is dedicated to social media. Social Media is a great way to increase traffic to your site and to increase your page rank. This can also increase visibility of your church through means apart from your web site. The four we are going to examine today are Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and YouVersion. Continue reading
Hey folks, I was going to post something on Technology and Theology, but I’m taking a break for this week from the web strategy series to address something more specific to mission and theology. We’ll, hopefully, jump back to the series with web strategy next week.
Every church has them, they’re noisy, loud, make a mess, and generally just have to be watched all the time. No, I’m not talking about babies although these things are true for them too. (I mean, have you seen what a 6 month old can do while left alone? It’s amazing the amount of destructive energy they have. Now if only we could harness that for good…….ok that’s a rabbit trail for another day.) What I’m actually talking about is Continue reading
This is the third in a series of posts on church web strategy. You can find the previous posts here and here. You will also want to check out the guest post by Bryan Logan here. This post is dedicated more to the actual implementation and less to the why behind the implementation.
There are tons of options for how to set up a church site out there. At the church where i’m on staff, we have Continue reading