By Jonathan Howe The use of different technologies in the church should always be seen as tools, not as goals—they are the means, not the end. When we start using a new tool or technology, our goal should be to reach more for Christ, not simply to show off a new toy. Also, there are […]
By Jonathan Howe with Julie Masson In previous posts, I’ve covered how pastors, church leaders, and churches can most effectively used Facebook and Twitter. Today, I turn my attention to Instagram. This picture-based social network can help build affinity, promote events, and provide inspiring insight into the inner-workings of your church. And now that the […]
I got to thinking tonight about the best food I had last year and started making a list. Here it is:
This is a question I’m asked often, and I even discussed some of this with Barnabas Piper and Todd Adkins recently on an episode of their podcast 5 Leadership Questions.
Instead of the whiteboard I used to keep up with all the changes, I’m using the blog this year instead. This list will be updated as changes happen.
Rivalry Weekend. You never know what might happen. Upsets and chaos are always possible. But the only real upset this year was Les Miles upsetting the Board of Supervisors and big money boosters by winning the game and the hearts of those on the bayou.
The end is near. After this week, there is only one more week of regular season games. Then we hit championship weekend, finals week, and bowl games.
After the attacks in Paris on Friday, Saturday had a very somber feel to it. I sat around the house waiting on games to kick off by watching BBC News instead of Gameday. On to the recap…
What was billed as an epic matchup between LSU and Alabama turned into a rather routine win for the Tide. Elsewhere, Duke got hammered, Clemson rolled FSU and Ole Miss lost on one of the strangest sequences since, well, Duke and Miami the week before. On to the recap…
With Saturday being Halloween, there was so much going on for most college football fans—and much of it had nothing to do with football. In fact, I barely had a chance to watch any of the games and only saw bits and pieces throughout the day. I mean, GameDay was at Temple. That Temple? Yes, that Temple. I thought it would be a slow day, then Duke happened. On to the recap…