By Jason Alexis | November 10, 2015
Amazing Facts have been helping people to understand Bible better for 50 years. They started with a radio program, then went to television and, eventually, created Internet presence, as well. They recently upgraded their website and, considering the number of projects and products, as well as the amount of content they produce, I think they have done a really decent job when it comes to displaying information easily.
By Jason Alexis | October 6, 2015
Ten years ago, Union Baptist Church in Hempstead, NY did not even own a computer. They had no communication system, so they could not even alert the congregation when services were canceled due to poor weather. Today, things are different. Under the leadership of their pastor, Sedgwick V. Easley, UBC have installed the computer and communications technology necessary to appeal to people in global, social and mobile world.
By Jason Alexis | July 6, 2015
This past April, Google launched a major algorithm update that penalizes sites that are not mobile friendly in searches conducted on mobile phones. This makes sense, because people performing searches using Smartphones are only going to want to see sites that are designed to work well on such phones.
By Jason Alexis | February 9, 2015
What exactly is mobile ministry, and what does it mean for your ministry? Despite the rapid rise in the use of mobile technology, too many churches too infrequently ask themselves those very questions. For many, the idea of adapting to new technology movements is off putting; for others, it’s downright scary. But don’t be scared.…