Lauren Hunter is the founder and chief blogger for ChurchTechToday. With a vision to share the best news and articles about church technology to those in ministry, she is very grateful to have a wonderful team of guest bloggers to write for CTT. In addition to running CTT, Lauren is also a church technology PR consultant and freelance writer.

Jeremy Smith has been a blogger for three years at seventy8 Productions and is editor for ChurchTechToday. He has a bachelors degree in Computer Engineering, Master’s in Family Ministry, and has been doing youth ministry for ten years in two different ministries.

Bryan Brooks runs the blog, TechSabbathHabit, is an author and technology coach. He owns two small businesses, KB Media Group, LLC,  VITAL Production, LLC and serves as the Director of Technology at The Fathers House Church in Vacaville, CA.


Steve Caton is the vice president of sales and marketing for web-based church management system company, Church Community Builder in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Steve blogs at


Yvon Prehn is the founder and director of Effective Church Communications and is the primary writer and editor of training materials on church communications for this site. For over 20 years she taught church communication ministry, skills, and strategy at seminars, conferences, and national conventions all over North America.

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.


Paul Clifford is the author of Podcasting Church, a blogger, podcaster, videographer and church tech consultant, specializing in helping smaller churches take the next step.

6 Comments on "Contributors"

  1. Matt Smith March 21, 2013 at 10:45 pm · Reply

    Dear Church Tech Today,

    I am a theology student and youth minister in London. I thought I might take the opportunity to make you aware of a smartphone app I am working on. It is called Flame and will be available on iOS, Android and HTML5. It’s aim is to become a global testimony wall for Christian’s all around the world, linking testimonies by events and location.

    Please spread the word, it is only really any use if theirs a community of people behind it that are ready to share and contribute.

    God bless

    • Lauren Hunter March 22, 2013 at 12:25 am · Reply

      Thanks for sharing about your app, Matt. We’d love to check it out!

  2. Michigan Leadership Training December 2, 2013 at 7:31 pm · Reply

    Lauren, et al.,
    Thank you for all you do for the faith-based community!

    Question: Do you ever accept guest blog posts for Church Tech Today? If so, what topics and other parameters might you desire?

    We tend to specialize in personal and professional development for corporate and faith-based organizations, but if that’s too far off into the bushes for what you’re trying to do here, we understand.

    Let us know and keep fighting the good fight. You are needed!

    Matt Schoenherr
    Levaire Group
    Lansing, Michigan

  3. Nate Siebert March 20, 2014 at 4:47 pm · Reply

    Hey guys! Out of a need for an EasyWorship-type app (dual display and such), I created LyricsPro for Android. I would love if your team would check it out. It’s on the market already.

    • Lauren Hunter March 22, 2014 at 10:57 am · Reply

      Hi Nate! Please shoot me an email at Lauren at churchtechtoday dot com with more details and a link to your app. We would love to check it out!

  4. Todd Kamphuis March 22, 2014 at 10:44 am · Reply

    Dear Church Tech today,

    I would like to set up an online place to store church documents so that members of the consistory will have a single place to view them while at home. I thought about Google Drive, but the sign up suggests that you are a person. I would like to sign up to use as the church. I’ve read about Google Apps for non-profits- would you suggest this? Do you know of any other churches using this? Are there any other online sites available for this.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestion you can provide

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