eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e) focuses on connecting with people and on using technology for ministering to others. e4e has three methods to help you discover the information you need on this site.
- Visit the Get Started page for an explanation on how to use pages, menus, tags, and categories to find what you need.
- Start at Your Ministry page to think through the people in your life, and your current tech activity, to help you discover what tools might assist you in your ministry.
- How-tos are either step-by-step guides or a collection of “tutorial” posts from the e4e blog. Read below for help.
How-tos (step-by-step guides)
Much of eQuipping for eMinistry is about “how,” (but in no particular order on the blog) so to help you find what you need, I’ve started to write step-by-step guides. (You could consider this page an introduction to a how-to book and the sub-pages as chapters in the book.)
The step-by-step how-tos are:
(See more detail for the sub-pages in the left sidebar under “Pages.”)
- Blogs and Websites
- G Suite (formerly Google Apps)
- MPD (Ministry Partner Development)
- Social Media Guide
- The Fine Art of Photography
- more to come!
“Tutorials” are chronological how-to posts from the blog page. Tutorials are also specific. For instance, instead of wading through all the posts about blogging (on getting started, about others’ blogging experiences, on using photos on a blog, etc.), you might just want to check out a tutorial on evangelistic blogging. The tutorials are also listed in more detail in the right sidebar under “Menus.”
More about the Left and Right Sidebars
Again, to help you understand the distinction, “How-tos” in the left sidebar is a page with many sub-pages under it. These are written step-by-step directions. The”How-tos” link at the top of the page and in the right sidebar will go to the page also, but listed under the page are the “tutorials.” The “tutorials” are just links to blog posts using a combination of two categories. Go to the Get Started page for further explanations or to learn how to make your own “tutorial”. (I hope I’m not confusing you!)
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