Presentations from Wednesday
- Tech Tips
- Tech Tips Audio
- More Than a Lone Ranger
- More Than a Lone Ranger Audio
- From Brandon Roysden –
Here are some things I came across during the past week that were either interesting, helpful, or just … there.
Enjoy my list. Don’t forget to comment
Tyler Smith at Logos has done a great job of assembling some of the best of the tributes to Jerry Bridges who just passed away March 6, 2016.
Everyone who travels at all or works remotely (even from a coffee shop) should give the article a thorough reading.
Great short video with ideas for creating the culture we all want in our churches.
Several apps and ideas I already use. Good tips as well as few you may not have heard of before.
Our new friends and missionaries, the Simmons, are ministering the gospel to these people surrounded by these creatures.
For the first time in forever, I have journaled almost daily since after Christmas 2015. This is a neat article focused on leadership and journaling.
Jim Daly remembers the author who helped so many of us with our relationships.
There are many conferences and seminars I would like to attend. I appreciate summaries like this one that give a good bit of what I would have learned (I know, not experienced)
Two articles about Todoist, the task manager that I use daily and find to be very helpful.
and finally, just to show you that all the crazies are running for office.
Don’t miss the name of the church … “White … Tail” <groan>
Audio from seminar
Handout from seminar
Log Me In
Remember the Milk
Things for Mac
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Session #1: Technology Tips for Pastors
Time: 2:00 – 2:50 P.M.
Room: TCC 7
Session #2: Technology Tips for Pastors
Time: 9:00 – 9:50 A.M.
Room: TCC 17
For the next few weeks, I will be posting about some of my favorite web apps and phone apps. I have an Android phone and my snooty wife (just kidding) has an iPhone 4 so we are familiar with both of the major OS choices. Both of us use computers fairly heavily and I travel enough to appreciate any help to stay effective on the road.
Right now I plan to review the following:
Each of these (and quite a few more) all add up to a lot of time saved and productivity gained in a day or a week’s time.
Tips and Screenshots to follow!