Sharing Christ through Mobile Ministry

By Jason Alexis |

If you are a church or ministry leader, ask yourself a very important question:

Is mobile technology central to my ministry’s vision?

The use of mobile technology for ministry–or “mobile ministry”–is more than a buzzword; it is fast becoming an essential approach to spreading the Gospel. That’s because mobile phones and other portable, wireless devices are proliferating the planet, making it all the easier to fulfill the Great Commission (Mark 16:15).

5 Cool Ways Your Church Can Use the New Adobe Voice App

By Joel Sam |

With the release of the Adobe Voice app, it makes creating and sharing videos easy and fun. This free app allows churches to share videos without a lot of required equipment, know-how, or time. Adobe Voice is simple to use requires no filming or graphics. In a very short time, you can have a professional looking video that you are able to post on many social media sites and elsewhere online. Adobe Voice offers photos, drawings, a variety of styles, and even a large selection of music, that you can use to create your video.

5 Trends Churches Should Pay Attention to in 2014/2015

By Joel Sam |

In today’s world, everyone is going mobile with their devices handling major aspects of their lives. It is with this in mind that many churches are paying attention to the social media trends to reach their members. While faith remains an important aspect in many lives, churches are realizing that in order to meet their member needs, they need to keep up with the newest technology by going mobile. The social media trends of 2014 will be even more important to churches to help connect the church with their members. These trends will include many of the following aspects.

The sticky and ubiquitous mobile app

By Joel Sam |

Smartphones are everywhere. Literally. According to Business Insider, there will soon be one smartphone for five people in the world–that’s roughly 1.5 billion smartphones for the world’s 7 billion inhabitants. These “mobile computing”/communication devices are selling at a pace of slightly under 50%. And despite their relatively high cost, smartphones are even finding a home in the the least developed regions.