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.
In December, I had the privilege of speaking at the Mobile Ministry Forum on the topic of using SMS/Text Messaging in ministry. They did a video of the presentation and you can find it below. I hope it helps others think about how they can integrate this type of technology into their ministry.
It’s obvious these days that technology is changing our world. But just how much is it permeating our world? The other day I was speaking with a missionary who was in rural Africa where he walked into a mud hut that had no running water, no electricity & no indoor plumbing – yet there sat
My family got together this last Christmas and gave me one gift – a Kindle. (well, two – they included a case for it as well) Now some of you out there (like my high school English teacher) are saying, “Wait, I didn’t know Courtney could read!?!” It’s true, I don’t normally read novels or
Smartphones are increasing throughout the world. Here’s a cool video that shows a timeline of how many Androids got activated over the last two years on a pretty cool wire map. Very fascinating. To a geek like me, I see each of the spikes throughout this video as people who now have one more avenue
As I’ve mentioned before, I love to watch the yearly Eurovision Song Contest since moving to Europe. It’s not that there’s great quality music or something really moving about it – it’s just a lot of fun to see different takes of music all come into one place. Last night was the finale and it