New Online Class Attempts to Bring Mentorship via Distance Learning

Chris’ Take: Here’s a new online discipleship program. I can’t vouch for the content quality, but it’s interesting to see folks begin attempting to develop a mentoring process through an online platform. Education is about gathering knowledge; it’s important, but impotent. Mentoring is about gathering wisdom, and it’s essential. When the right knowledge and the proven […]

Learning Trends Coming To Your Church in 2015?

We live in exciting yet challenging times. With each passing year it seems the ability to communicate and share information via technology reaches new heights. Yet, with so many avenues to communicate, our culture suffers greatly with information overload, which contributes to decreased learning. Like it or not, your church is impacted by this phenomenon. […]

How Is Your Church Embracing Mobile Learning?

Mobile Learning Spike BeginsMobile learning has been around in the mainstream for a few years now, but to date it really hasn’t experienced its spike. I believe that in 2015 we will start to see rise of this likely monumental peak. There are a few reasons, but mainly the advancements in the technology (think smartphones […]

How to Teach The Entire Bible: A Long-Range Approach To Sermon Planning and Development

During my 20-plus years in full-time ministry, I’ve seen a wide variety of teaching methods employed on Sunday mornings. While I have never served as a full-time teaching pastor, my role typically involves a lot of planning and development of support materials and coordinated teaching curriculum. In this blog post, I want to provide you […]

ChurchMag Releases 2014 Top Church Tech Blogs

Top Church Tech Blogs [2014]

    ChurchMag Released its 2014 Top Church Tech Blogs on July 1. The top 10 sites included: (82) (78) (72) (70) (59) (57) (56) (53) (53) (50) As ChurchMag suggest, you should network with these people, add them to your RSS list, subscribe to the curated Twitter list (via @ChurchMag), and engage with them […]

Two Words That Open the Door to Unlimited Learning

Jeff Charbonneau was named 2013 National Teacher of the Year for a reason. The man gets involved. In his small school in Zillah, Washington, a community of only 3,000 people, Charbonneau wears many hats. He’s the high school chemistry teacher. He’s also the yearbook teacher and the assistant drama teacher. He used to be the […]