Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer, consultant and blogger who loves the Lord and desires to encourage churches to better use technology to improve every aspect of ministry. She is the founder of ChurchTechToday, the #1 Church technology blog for pastors, church communicators, and leaders.
Tommy Scully is well versed in all aspects of audio and video technology. With over ten years in the field as an audio engineer Tommy has been a part of productions that have been in high school auditoriums, churches, venues, concert halls, government meetings, and stadiums. Connect with him through Scully Media Group.
Bryan Brooks runs the blog, TechSabbathHabit, is an author and technology coach. He owns two small businesses, KB Media Group, LLC, VITAL Production, LLCr and serves as the Director of Technology at The Fathers House Church in Vacaville, CA.
Kevin Purcell is a pastor, writer, tech enthusiast, and sports fan. He currently writes for GottaBeMobile, Christian Computing Magazine, and pastors High Peak Baptist Church. He blogs at KevinPurcell.org.
Jeremy Smith is a writer, blogger, and social media consultant with a penchant for realism. He assists churches with their digital marketing platforms and church tech ministries; he is also currently an outpatient clinician at a Colorado Community Behavioral Health Center and previously worked at Youth for Christ/USA as the Social Media Specialist ans as Youth Ministry Director over the span of more than ten years. Jeremy is a dedicated Christ-follower, husband, father, and church volunteer. Connect with Jeremy via Twitter.
Adam Graber works at Tyndale House Publishers. He blogs at The Second Eclectic where he explores how technology is shaping our faith.
Jim Tomberlin began his multi-site church journey in the mid-1990s when he was the senior pastor of Woodmen Valley Chapel. In 2000 he went on to pioneer the multi-site model at Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago. Since 2005 he has been consulting and coaching churches in developing and implementing multi-campus strategies. As Founder and Senior Strategist of MultiSite Solutions , Jim leads a seasoned team of practitioner specialists who can help you maximize the redemptive potential of your church.
Paul Alan Clifford is the author of Podcasting Church, Tweeting Church, The Serving Church, and most-recently, Church Video School. He live-streams free tech training five days a week on Trinity Digital Media
Mobile technology enthusiast, entrepreneurial magazine founder, occasional user interface designer, and mentor, Antoine R.J. Wright has participated in developing innovative approaches in web/graphic design, user experience design, and accessibility across mobile and other computing devices for educational, private, and governmental organizations. The primary voice behind Mobile Ministry Magazine (MMM), Antoine is pioneering an approach to understanding mobile devices, social web services, and their resulting effects within faith-based communities.
Ryan is a worship pastor turned graphic designer. He is the owner / designer at RAD-Ideas.com, where he combines his pastors heart with the practical need for quality church graphics. Through freelance design, coaching and his ready-to-use Open, Edit, Print resources, he strives to take the stress and frustration out of design in the church.
Emily is a Christ-follower, sports fanatic, classic literature junkie, and huntress. She works as the Content Marketing & Communications Specialist
Elexio Church Software.
Steve Caton is a husband, father of two boys, rabid Georgia Bulldog and part of the Leadership Team at Church Community Builder in Colorado Springs.