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Pastors: Worship First–Tweet Later

Posted by | May 31, 2009 .

(Logo via CrunchBase) Earlier this month we posted on a Time article talking about some churches actually encouraging folks to twitter during the services:  “Twittering Away in Church?” Well here is a reaction from other pastors that would rather have their congregations worship first and twitter later: “Pastors: Hear God’s Word; Tweet Later” Prominent evangelical […]

No Such Thing as Delete on the Internet?

Posted by | May 26, 2009 .

(Image by voteprime via Flickr) Here’s an interesting article by Yahoo Tech: “No such thing as "deleted" on the Internet” It Reminds folks that some of those horrible pictures and stuff you ‘deleted’ a month ago are probably somewhere out there still on the Internet—particularly if it was on Facebook. This should be a lesson […]

Memorial Day 2009: Remembering Those Who Gave the Ultimate Sacrifice for Freedom

Posted by | May 25, 2009 .

Start Your Own Blogging Community

Posted by | May 23, 2009 .

Found this at BlogPerfume. Here is a site- Blogs.mu -that gives you the opportunity to host your own blogging community. You can start out for free but for less that $1 per blog you can use your own domain and eliminate the advertising or even add your own. I have looked at a number of […]

Re: Feedburner Settings-Optimize for Effectiveness

Posted by | May 17, 2009 .

(Logo via CrunchBase) Here is a great a post from ChurchCrunch with detailed and fully illustrated info. on all the confusing Feedburner settings and their uses. Including detailed help and solid counsel in setting up Feedburner syndication for your site.             *Top  Related articles by Zemanta Feedburner MyBrand – How To Set It Up (5min.com) Increase […]

Middle East: Blogging Can Get You Killed!

Posted by | May 13, 2009 .

(Medina by Shabbir Siraj via Flickr) Blogging can get you killed in the Middle East! This is one of the facts you face in ministry to certain areas around the world. In America and in the West we are free to communicate our religious ideas and teachings to others, but not so in Muslim dominated […]

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