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3 Best Bible Apps for Maximum Personal Growth

Using Bible apps can boost discipleship thanks to five specific tools built into these three best Bible apps for maximum personal growth rounded up here. The following Bible apps run on your phone and tablet in both iOS and Android. Use them on an iPhone, iPad or an Android phone, tablet or Amazon Fire tablet.

8 Most Affordable Church App Providers

Have you thought about using a dedicated church app to share sermon audio, video, and notes, to accept event sign-ups and offer a way for people to give digitally right from their pockets? Church leaders shouldn't overpay for a church app. For that reason, we're ranking this list of church app providers by affordability.

Does the Pokemon Go App Qualify as Church Technology?

It has been just about a month, and the fervor of Pokemon Go seems to have not slowed down any. And it is pretty easy to see why: nostalgia, marketing, mobiles, and a healthy dose of a summertime. A captive audience has made this the app of the season. As with most trends, churches have found themselves in the crosshairs. However, churches are finding Pokemon Go opening former discussions about using tools and behaviors in the Christian space which had been designed for secular perspectives. Is there a perspective where Pokemon Go passes the muster as church-aiding technology?

Growing Your Church with a Mobile App [Q&A]

There's no doubt that mobile is important in the life of the Church. If your church is struggling to know how to communicate well, what to do about the bulletin, or what technology might perhaps be vital in the years to come, it's a fact that mobile devices and communication will be at the forefront.

10 Mobile Device Safeguards for Youth

Whether you are a youth pastor that works every day with high schoolers, a teacher in middle school, or a parent of children, you are looking out for these youth in so many aspects of life. One big area of need: technology. More specifically, the revolution of mobile devices. It seems that nearly every child has some kind of mobile device. Whether it is an Android or iphone for children to call their parents in emergencies, Kindle tablets for reading, or an iPod for listening to music and watching movies, youth have a lot of power at their finger tips. At the same time, there is concern for the emotional, mental, and spiritual safety of them using these devices.