We love community here at ChurchTechToday! We’re always looking for great contributing writers both emerging and established in the church industry. From consultants, to fellow bloggers, to awesome church tech sponsors, we aim to feature a wide-range of content across multiple cross-sections of expertise.
If you would like to be considered for future guest writing, please email Lauren Hunter with “Writing for ChurchTechToday” in the subject line. We’d love to hear from you and what you’d like to share with our readers!
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Founder & Editor
Lauren Hunter is an entrepreneur, freelance writer, and founder of ChurchTechToday, where she encourages churches to better use technology to improve every aspect of ministry. She’s also a wife to a pretty awesome coach, mom of four great kids, worship leader, and poet.
Matthew Fridg is a professional video director/editor. His credits include NFL, FOX, Miramax, GNC, Federated Investors, B&H Publishing Group and more. He is also the founder of Church Video Coach , and a national conference speaker, husband and father of three. With a background in Communications Media, he started Church Video Coach to help churches increase their effectiveness through video communication.
James Wasem is the author of “Great Church Sound – a Guide for the Volunteer.” James has been designing, installing, and operating sound systems for 20+ years and he has a passion for helping church sound team volunteers deliver great sound. Connect with James at his informative site, Great Church Sound.
Antoine 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.