Wednesday, 02 May 2012 20:00

Religious websites most prone to hackers

Online religion may be good for your soul but dangerous for your computer, according to a new report.

Published in Media and Arts

Local congregations aren’t alone in discovering that developing Christian education resources can meet a critical need. Other organizations have expanded their missions to include creating Bible study materials.

Published in Media and Arts

Producing study materials for a church is a huge undertaking that diverts staff time, energy and attention away from other assignments. Making that decision, then, should be done carefully. When does it make sense for a church to produce its own material?

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Not too long ago, hardly any church would have dared to plan, write and publish its own Bible study materials. Before computers, desktop publishing and easy access to the Internet, the task would have been so daunting, few churches would have had the resources to pull it off. These days, all that has changed.

Published in Congregations
Thursday, 29 March 2012 20:00

Peace group opposes war with Iran

Directors of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America adopted a statement March 28 urging “diplomacy over bombs” in the United States’ relations with Iran.

Published in Organizations
Monday, 19 March 2012 20:00

The iPad and your soul

The latest iPad is now in stores. Actually, that's probably not true. Apple can't keep up with the demand. Pre-orders were sold out in two days. Analysts expect the latest version of Apple's tablet computer to sell more than any model before.

Published in Commentaries

When a church consultant recommended to Second Baptist Church in Liberty, Mo., that its senior minister needed an additional venue—other than the pulpit—to connect to its members, the church's media minister pushed Pastor Jason Edwards to consider a video blog.

Published in Media and Arts

Facebook has become the social network of choice for the vast majority of people—it's hard to argue with 850 million users around the globe—and it's not likely to disappear any time soon.

Published in Media and Arts
Thursday, 15 March 2012 20:00

So your church is on Facebook. What now?

While about half of Protestant churches have Facebook pages, many essentially use it as a bulletin board, missing out on the potential to nurture relationships with congregants and its community.

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One in 10 Americans have made a charitable donation using the text messaging feature on their mobile phones, according to a newly-released study produced by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project and Harvard's Berkman Center for the Internet & Society.

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