How Do You Say No To Good Things?

I came across this Tweet from Anne Jackson today, and it resonated with me a lot. Learning to say no to good things. It’s always hard, but it’s necessary. I’ve been losing focus lately. I know we all have lots of good things on our plate. We have...

Leveraging Technology in Your Community

Two of my passions are technology and community–especially, how technology can be used to create and sustain community, and how it can be used to open up communication. So I’m real excited that Cynthia Ware has a great, great post/presentation on...

My Social Media Addiction Update!

Curbing My Addiction About two weeks ago I wrote the post, You Might Be A Social Media Addict If……Setting Boundaries On Social Media. In that post I proposed the 10 things that I was going to try to help curb my addiction. Two weeks is hardly an...

To Get, or Not To Get an i-Phone?

Before the new i-phone came out I was drooling at any site of, or rumor of it’s impending release. The days leading up to it and on release day I was glued to TechCrunch’s Twitter just so I wouldn’t miss anything. But now I’m pretty glad I...

25 Twitter Tips for College Students

About a month ago I wrote a post Formulating an Online Strategy for College Ministry: Part 5–How Twitter Can Catalyze Your Ministry. I was really only focusing on one way college students (ministry) can use Twitter. How about 25 ways? Howard Rheingold had a link...

Twitter: News Before It Becomes News

A little over a week ago I was having coffee and talking technology and ministry with Cynthia Ware of The Digital Sanctuary. And she told me a story about some friends of hers and how they had received information from Twitter regarding some events that later became...