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Have trouble memorizing Bible verses? There's an app for that.
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Cloud computing, online disk drives, synced folders, Dropbox, box.net, amazon, iCloud the entire face of the emerging trend of computing in cyberspace is getting a little crowded.  But that didn’t stop the tech giant Google from entering the fray earlier this week by releasing Google Drive.  Google geeks have been expecting this new entry in the clouds to show up soon but in normal Google fashion the new cloud drive showed up on Tuesday w»
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I love writing worship songs! So I do my best to utilize any available learning opportunity to get better at it. This includes attending training programs, reading books, blogs etc. From all that I’ve learned from the many wonderful worship songwriters out there and my limited personal experience, here’s a collection of handy tips to improve the art of crafting worship songs that I’ve found very helpful: Pray - the Holy Spirit is»
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It’s always a joy to discover and write about new technology that’s useful for the Church. And cloud based technologies are truly trending in the the world of computing in almost all types of organizations – so why not the Church? I’ve covered some of these cloud applications in earlier articles, but Proclaim looks like an absolute pioneer in this area. It’s the first and currently the only Church projection software that’s integrate»
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As I continue to read about the enhancements that Google is rolling out I find that I continue to see two things from Google. One, they are creating an amazing ecosystem that we all are being sucked into by the freemiums such as Gmail, Google Docs/Drive, Youtube, Google+ and Android. And two, they are keeping other companies competitive and innovative, which is exactly what we need Google to do. This article here is a great example because as so»
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It’s always a joy to discover and write about new technology that’s useful for the Church. And cloud based technologies are truly trending in the the world of computing in almost all types of organizations – so why not the Church? I’ve covered some of these cloud applications in earlier articles, but Proclaim looks like an absolute pioneer in this area. It’s the first and currently the only Church projection software that’s integrate»
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My grandson, Zach asked me to help him with his new Lego sets. When he got the boxes out, he planned to just spill them all out together on the floor. I suggested that he empty each box on a different tray to keep the pieces to each Lego set separate.As he opened the first box, he examined the instructions carefully. Then, with a look of panic, he asked, "Nonnie, could you help me?"I tried to get down on the floor with him at first; then, I sugge»
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In anticipation of Apple’s upcoming iPad HD/3 announcement later today, I have assembled a list of must have applications for those who teach the Word of God using their iPad.  I have been using my iPad to help prepare and present my Bible lessons for the past year or so.  During this time there are several applications that have become invaluable in my preparation and presentations.  These are my go- to applications each week: eBible &»
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A look at Google Drive, a new cloud-based storage service similar to Dropbox, Box.net, and others.
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The Internet is full of resources to help further our Bible reading and study. Whether you want to read, study or use the Bible for yourself or put it up on your blog/website etc., there’s bound to be a service or app out there to meet your needs. In this post, we will look at 5 of these online bible tools. For more posts related to the Bible, do check out this link: http://goo.gl/PCdCC 1. e-Bible e-Bible is a cool online Bible resource t»