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We’d like to feature your work here on Church Tech Today.

We’re spotlighting some of the awesome church leaders in our community. Would you be interested in being featured on our blog? If you’re interested, fill out the surveys below.

3 Surveys You Can Complete

1. Show us your Office / Workstation!

We’d love to see your workstation. Church Tech Today readers love to geek out learning about the latest gear and what’s actually being used in the field.

2. What’s The Last Thing You Purchased?

Maybe you just purchased the very item that someone didn’t even know they needed! Share your most recent gear, equipment or software using your church’s tech / media budget and why it’s valuable (or not).

3. Your Church OnlineLivestream Set-up

Our community of readers is interested in different livestream strategies and execution. Share your real-world examples and contribute to the conversation around the hottest topic in churches.


We’re excited to hear from you, but most importantly, we’re excited to start conversations that will connect you, our Church Tech Today community.

CTT Staff
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