I just recently started blogging for Youth Specialties, and my first article has been published. Below, you will find a quick snippet and a link to read the rest of the article on their website. The video game world has had its ups and downs. From the crash of 1983 to the rise of casual … Continue reading How to Best Use Video Games with Students
Do you have gamers in your youth group? Are you a gamer yourself? If so, make sure you check out GameChurch! I've been associated with this great organization for a couple years now as a writer for their website. But the first time I heard about them was many years ago at either E3 or … Continue reading GameChurch Shares Jesus with Gamers
Pokémon GO fever is catching, but what can our churches and ministries do with it? Here are 10 ways to use Pokémon GO in your church and ministry!
Pokémon GO has taken the world by storm. Here are a few pros and cons about the game for student/children's ministers and parents!
Facebook is a great tool for ministry and social interaction, but there are a few things I see people struggling with often. Here are a few tips on how to save, subscribe, edit, tag, and share better on Facebook!
Are you having trouble finding Internet Radio in iTunes 12.2? It's still there. I'll help you find it! It's actually quite simple.
Recently, I ran across the 2011 documentary, Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters. What did I think of it? Check out my quick review!
I found this this info-graphic the other day based on a 2012 BuzzPlant survey. It is all about the church and social media. I won't say much, but instead, I will let the graphic speak for itself. I would, however, love to hear your touts and responses, especially in connection with the church you currently … Continue reading The Church & Social Media
Last night, as I sat on my couch, surrounded by my MacBook and iPhone, I watched CNN's coverage of Steve Jobs' death. All the while, I was also watching/listening to Leo Laporte's live podcast and reading about Mr. Jobs on my computer. Not only did I feel like a huge nerd, which I am, but … Continue reading Remembering Steve Jobs, Visionary
UPDATE: I ended up finding a PS3 on Craigslist and purchased it. Unfortunately, it came with a smaller hard drive than the guy said it had, but it is working great. So, as you probably know, I only own Nintendo game consoles. It's not because I have some tie to the company, and it's not … Continue reading Quandaries about HD Gaming