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Since the dawn of web-based church management systems (ChMS), there hasn’t been much change in this area of technology until recently. Although the shift to the “cloud” back in the late 90s’ turned the church …

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You’ve probably heard of (and maybe even used) one of the popular project management tools such as Asana, Basecamp, or Trello. While these tools are helpful, simply using one won’t get you the results you …

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We’ve written about Canva free creative software on ChurchTechToday in the past to help church communicators. Really, Canva is for anyone out there who needs to create church graphics, flyers, social media graphics, and pretty …

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Last month, I wrote an article outlining 4 common mistakes that churches make with their websites. I could have included a fifth mistake that churches make all the time: choosing “cheap” hosting for their …

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Six years ago I’ve switched from PC to Mac and then back again last year. The first jump came after a friend gave me a second generation MacBook Air. More recently, due to my disappointment …

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There’s no denying that technology has introduced many cultural implications for the people who walk through our church doors every Sunday. On one hand, we are more networked than ever before. We go to work, …

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You’re called into the pastor’s office. You’re assured it’s no big deal and you have no reason to doubt that, that is, until you hear the words, “I want us to start live streaming.”


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Stewarding church funds well is no simple task. Chairs and communion cups are straightforward purchases, but there is no easy strategy for making technology decisions. By watching those who have gone before and seeking wisdom …

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WordPress is an incredible resource for individuals, business owners, and even churches who desire to build an effective church website. Here at ChurchTechToday, we’ve been running on WordPress for ten years. We highly recommend …

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As a worship leader, over time, I’ve developed a great workflow using iPhone and iPad apps. What we are able do with apps as worship leaders today would have been unthinkable even five years ago. …