One of the more challenging things for smaller ministries is using social media effectively. There’s just so much to do for a lot smaller staff (say a staff of one???) to do in a week that social media is often lacking. The problem is that in order to connect with younger generations, you just have to do it – at least Facebook and Twitter.
One of the ways we’ve been able to stay on top of social media is to connect our twitter accounts, facebook accounts, facebook pages, and blogs. Doing this allows us to publish in multiple places with less effort. Continue reading “Connecting Social Connections”
While GR is still very young, it’s always nice to be recognized by your peers. Brandon Cox (@brandonacox) over at wpforministry told me Saturday night that he’d be featuring our customization of Standard Theme today. You can check it out here.
Other than colors, we’ve done some subtle but elegant changes.
One thing we did was to increase the letter-spacing of the navigation menu items to make them read better. You can do this by adding the following to your custom.css file: Continue reading “GeekRev’s Site Featured”
No tech-savvy pastor could get by without picking up a few web-gems along the way. I’ve got a pretty extensive bookmarks/favorites list that I’ve literally cultivated over many years – pruned here, grafted there. If you’ve not started your own bookmarks/favorites collection, get started!
I have a few to get you started (or add to your list).
Continue reading “3 Great Web Resources”
In this category we want to cover tools and methods for levering the web for ministry.
We’ll cover things like online office software, online collaboration, content management systems, online storage, and more.
Plus, if you’re interested in our take on software or equipment that you’ve been using or looking at, let us know. We’ll try to cover it.