I’m often asked how eDOT fits into the greater structure of Greater Europe Mission. Are we an IT department supporting our headquarters? Are we some sort of rogue group operating independently? The confusion stems from the fact that traditionalmissionaries are often called to a specific people group in a specific area. Together, missionaries in that
I’m an artist. Can I paint or sculpt or draw? Not really. When I do these things, what comes out would require a lot of interpretation on behalf of the viewer to figure out what it is. No, my artistry comes out as I write computer code. With eDOT, the software that I get to
Let’s face it – most of us claim to be “technology ignorant”. We have no problem spending hours a day on our mobile phones texting, talking, or using apps, but we don’t know what makes it all work. We’ll send emails to people and tell them “THIS IS PRIVATE!”, but who else might be reading
I find that conversations are a natural part of life – whether it’s with family, friends or someone you’ve just met. Many times these conversations are an exchange of ideas or stories about things in life. Everyday stuff like; kids, your spouse, jobs, technology (yeah, it’s what I do), sports, current events. But sometimes, in
Mobiles are the present and future of technology for ministry. With that in mind, eDOT has been steadily increasing its presence into this realm over the past several years. We began by looking at how to harness text messaging for ministry follow-up and interactions, moved to “mobile first” web design, and we are now designing smartphone apps.
Growing up, my dad stressed to me that the greatest thing a husband can do is to love his wife like Christ loves the church. As men, our minds go to the heroic thing of Christ dying on the cross – giving the ultimate sacrifice – out of love for all people including the church.