March 4, 2015

Founder/Editor


Lauren Hunter
February News & Thanks

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. Her blog, ChurchTechToday, was born out of a need to find a place to discuss how technology can impact the Church in positive ways.

Frequent Contributors

Carrie BushaCarrie Busha

Carrie H. Busha has a lifelong passion for writing and sharing ideas. She sees in integral connection between one’s personal faith and the betterment of all of humanity, and through her posts here explores new ways of experiencing spirituality and charity through technology.

Top 10 WordPress Widgets and Plugins
Antoine R. J. WrightAntoine R. J. Wright

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.

Mobile Ministry Trends for 2015
Karl VatersKarl Vaters

Karl Vaters is a small church pastor, author of The Grasshopper Myth, and blogger at NewSmallChurch where he encourages, connects, and equipps innovative small church leaders.

4 Ways People are Fact-Checking Preaching
Jeffrey MirandaJeffrey Miranda

Jeffrey Miranda is President of NeoLogic Sound, a commercial audio integration firm based in Los Angeles. He has over a decade of experience involved in audio, lighting, and video for worship.

5 Ways to Improve Your Church Sound System by Christmas
Paul CliffordPaul Clifford

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

Audio vs. Video Podcasting: What Your Church Should Use and Why
Kevin PurcellKevin Purcell

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.

3 Church Apps for People-Focused Pastors
Jim TomberlinJim Tomberlin

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.

Multisite Church is New “Normal” in America
Bryan BrooksBryan Brooks

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.

Creating a “Volunteer-Friendly” Church Production System
Jeremy SmithJeremy Smith

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.

10 Ways Your Church can be Successful at Crowdfunding