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2016 Look Back: NYC Favorite Things Series

Our family had an incredible 2 years living in New York City. Our hopes and dreams for living in the city were far surpassed by the experiences that we had and we will forever be shaped by these experiences. Here are some of the posts that I wrote as I processed through our 2 years in the city sharing some of our Favorite Things:

 

2016 Look Back: Podcasting Series

Last year we continued to see the trend of podcasting grow tremendously. Anyone anywhere has the capability to create valuable audio content and share it to a massive mobile audience.

The truth is, as simple as it may sound compared to AM radio, podcasting has its own detailed process worth paying attention to. Last June, I wrote a series of blog posts looking into the fundamentals and some trends  that I’m seeing in the world of podcasting.

Take a look back:

 


How is your church or ministry using podcasting? What are you learning and experiencing? Where do you see the future of podcasting going?

2016 Look Back: Church Website Series

Last May I wrote a series of blog posts about church websites. I looked through Wordpress and Squarespace and detailed my experience sharing some advice on managing church/ministry websites on these platforms.

Here’s a look back on my church website series:

 

I would love to hear what technologies and best practices that you are using with your church website!  

 

2016 Look Back: Snapchat Series

Many predicted Snapchat to be 2016’s social network. It’s not hard to see why since the social network undoubtedly caused quite a stir in the social media world. Last April I dedicated a blog series to looking at Snapchat in close detail. Let’s take a look back:


Although we’ve seen Facebook and Instagram imitate many of Snapchat’s unique features, this quirky little social network didn’t go away and ministries should continue to keep their attention on it this year.

2016 Look Back: YouTube Series

We’re living in such a unique time in history where the world is more connected and anyone can create and consume high quality videos anywhere and anytime. 2016 was a year when video creators surged and video content flourished. We owe much of that to YouTube!

Here’s a look back on a series I wrote last year about YouTube:

 

If you we haven’t really invested much into Youtube previously, I hope this year changes that.

Do you already have a Youtube game plan for 2017? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!
Do you already have a Youtube game plan for 2017? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!