There are so many wonderful resources around the web to assist folks in ministry with church tech advice, insight, and assistance. I wanted to take a moment today to highly six great church tech blogs. Put these on your radar by signing up for their RSS feeds:

1-PastorGear:  Maintained by Tony McCollum, a senior pastor, photographer, designer and general tech nerd. This site is dedicated to helping pastors find stuff that they can use to make their lives easier and their ministries more effective. 

2-Mobile Ministry Magazine: Run by Antoine Wright, this blog focuses on “Questions, Approaches, and Experiments at the Intersection of Faith and Mobile Tech.”

3-Church Tech Matters: Run by Jim Walton, CTM is a great resource on everything related to church technology.

4-Churchm.ag: Run by John Saddington’s 8bit Network, ChurchM.ag is a truly tech geeks paradise on everything from code to software to mobile technologies.

5-ChurchTechyRun by Stuart Dyckhoff, ChurchTechy covers Church IT, AV & Media support.

6-Church Tech Arts: Run by Mike Sessler, the Technical Arts Director at Coast Hills Community Church in Aliso Viejo, CA. He has over 20 years of experience working in churches, providing excellent sound, lighting and video. Good blog with lots of practical advice.

So there you have it. Five great tech blogs to put on your radar. As always, thanks for reading ChurchTechToday! If you have any additional blogs to add to my list, please leave a comment below with the URL.

Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer, church technology PR consultant (http://lhpr.net) and founder of the blog ChurchTechToday (http://ChurchTechToday.com), Technology for Today’s Church.