Since this blog is mostly for Cru staff, it makes sense I should discover your needs instead of guessing. Continue reading Keep Those Ideas Coming
While I focus on taking our last IBS class at Rollins College, this is a good time to ask you what you want from eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e). Continue reading Your Ideas for This Blog Are Important
I tried using maps from Google My Maps for a long road trip I was planning. It was handy for seeing the big picture (see screenshot), but the route it picked out wasn’t the best. I can see other uses for … Continue reading Ideas for Your Long Road Trip
Push the on / off button on your router to reboot it now. Please do this as a minimum protection. You actually cannot even know if you have the malware, VPNFilter, on your router.
Rebooting your router only partially destroys the malware and also means it’s vulnerable to reinfection. A factory-reset is the only sure-fire way to purge VPNFilter from a router. Continue reading The FBI Advises: Reboot Your Router Now
So why are these busy mission executives willing to take time to meet twice a year? What makes this gathering a priority? I’ll let them tell you… Continue reading Mission Presidents: Student Ministries Working Together (Guest Post)
Many of your friends, acquaintances, and associates are active on different social media sites. You’ll want to be on social media to make new friends, to minister to others professionally and/or spiritually, and to let your financial partners know you (and your family and ministry) better. This post will help you have a feel for the different platforms and where you might be able to build an online ministry. Continue reading How to Choose Your Social Media Platforms by Your Audience