Stream Christian Music from your iPhone / iPod

Stream your favorite Christian music from your iPhone or iPod to a pair of Bluetooh compatible speakers or headphones of your choice.

All you need is the newest, smallest, slimmest & lightest Bluetooth stereo transmitter by Infinxx.  With this Tiny “About 5 grams” adapter, you can enjoy Excellent High Quality Stereo Music from Both your iPhone 2G/3G, and iPod without using any wires!

Whats really nice is that the transmitter doesn’t requires any charging or power source, (no batteries!) because its powered by the iPhone/iPod. The adapter cost $62. and is available from the Mobile Brando website


STREAM YOUR FAVORITE CHRISTIAN RADIO STATIONS
FROM YOUR PDA / SMARTPHONE

If you really want to get creative, learn how to stream your favorites Christian Radio Stations from your Pda / Smartphone to your church sound system, plus listen to worship music on your iPod/Mp3 player/Smartphone  through your church, office or home sound system, FREE!  All you need to do is … click to continue

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Free Bible Course from Yale University

Yale University is offering FREE and open access to several introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars.   The goal of the project is to expand access to educational materials for anyone who wishes to learn.   Are you one of them?

Introduction to the Old Testament

Introduction to the Old Testament

One of the courses being offered is the “Introduction to the Old Testament” (Hebrew Bible) with Professor Christine Hayes.  The course examines the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) as an expression of the religious life and thought of ancient Israel, and a foundational document of Western civilization.   Special emphasis is placed on the Bible against the backdrop of its historical and cultural setting in the Ancient Near East.

What is really nice is that you can read the class notes, listen to the lecture or watch it being taught right from own your computer.

There are several colleges and universities that provide Free courses.  For a complete list of all courses available visit the Free Online Courses from Great Universities site.  Categories include: cultural studies, economics, geography, history, literature, philosophy, religion, and a whole bunch more.

For more FREE Bible courses check out Free Christian Courses.  Pretty cool technology don’t you think?

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Jesus Saves, Do You?

Jesus Saves


Jesus and Satan were having a discussion as to who is the better programmer.  This goes on for a few hours until they come to an agreement to hold a contest, with God as the judge.  They sit themselves at their computers and begin. They type furiously, lines of code streaming up the screen, for several hours straight.

Seconds before the end of the competition, a bolt of  lightning strikes, taking out the electricity. Moments later, the power is restored, and God announces that the contest is over.  He asks Satan to show what he has come up with.  Satan is visibly upset, and cries, “I have nothing.  I lost it all when the power went out.”  “Very well, then,” says God, “Jesus, show me the results of all your typing.”

Jesus enters a command, and the screen comes to life in full color,  a YouTube video begins playing and you could see and hear the voices of an angelic choir from the surround sound speakers.  Satan is completely astonished.  He stutters, “B-b-but how? I lost everything, yet Jesus’ program is intact.  How did he do it?”  God smiled all-knowingly and said, “Jesus saves.”

Hopefully this little bit of humor prompts you to save your files.  Do you save? Don’t get caught in the same situation.  Always save & backup your files, always.  You do backup your files don’t you?   Most likely you have a lot of important information in your computer  (homework assignments, financial data, photos, music, church records, sermons, ministry files, outlook files, etc.)  How would you feel if all of that info. was lost?  If disaster strikes will you be ready?

Many things can happen that can cause you to loose your data; fire, theft, power surge, hard drive crash, virus attack, dropping your computer, flood, etc.  The solution is to systematically backup your files and save them away from you computer everyday, preferably in another building.  There are many ways to save and backup your files, you can;

1.  Copy your files to a CD and send them to a friend.
2.  Copy your files to a flash drive and keep them in a safe deposit box
3.  Email yourself your most important files
4.  Use an expensive backup program

Even if you did use one of the above methods, one day you might forget to backup your stuff.  I’d like to introduce you to the method I use to backup my files.

5.  Mozy Online Backup.  There are many online backup services, I use Mozy.com because it’s a simple, affordable and a fast way to safely backup all of my important files to a secure location.

The best part is that it’s FREE (for up to 2 GB of data with no setup fee, no credit cards and no monthly payment).  If you need more space it costs only $4.95 a month for an unlimited number of files.   Mozy works for both PC’s and Mac’s.   All you need is an internet connection.  I recommend that you try out the free version first then upgrade to the paid version.  For a full review of Mozy click here.

For those who have questions about security, Mozy uses, 128-bit SSL encryption: The same technology used by banks secures your data during the backup process.  Mozy also uses 448-bit Blowfish encryption:  This secures your files while in storage, providing peace of mind that your private data is safe from hackers.

Once you install Mozy on your computer you never have to worry about backing up your files again.  It will backup all of your files everyday, automatically.

Here’s what to do: Sign up for a free account, download and install the free software, select the files to backup and tell it what time you want it to backup your files.  That’s it,  Mozy does the rest.     What’s nice about Mozy is that it will back up your documents whether they’re open or closed.  Also, after the first  backup, Mozy only backs up files that have been added or changed, making subsequent backups very fast.

Check them out at Mozy.com and remember, Jesus Saves!

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$299. laptop that fits in the palm of your hand.

Looking for a church laptop?  Looking for one that is affordable, one that can get your basic computing done? Look no further. Introducing the 3K Razorbook 400.

This notebook fits in the palm of your hand.  What I like about it is that it only weighs 2lbs. This is extremely helpful for those who keep their laptop inside a backback. I remember lugging my 6.6 lb laptop to school for 4 years.   If I would have known about this two punder, I would have purchased one faster than you can say, “back pain”.

299 laptop

Don’t let the small size fool you.  It comes with a full size keyboard, a network port as well as built-in wireless access.   You don’t have to buy any software either.    It comes preloaded with a suite of Office tools.   The open source Office Suite includes AbiWord – Opens Microsoft® Word Files, GNUMeric – Opens Microsoft® Excel Files, an E-mail Client, (if you use web email like Yahoo or Google you will not use this) and a PDF Reader.

It comes with 512MB of memory and Linux operating system.  It also takes only 15 seconds to boot up. Wow!  (That even gives my mac competition)  Since it only has 4GB internal flash drive you will not be able to save all of your files to it (just copy your files to an external flash drive using the USB connection or just email them to yourself or use (Google Docs) to save your files online).

The 4GB drive is a flash drive and not a normal hard disk drive with moving internal components.  This makes the laptop “bump proof” (a cool safety feature for kids and clumsy adults).  You also will not be able to install any of your favorites apps but since it comes pre-installed with just about everything you need to get your work done that’s not really a big problem.

If you’re looking for a computer that’s new, not expensive, and a system that can take care of your basic computing needs, (like word processing, email, and surfing) or if you are a student, like to travel or need an extra church or home computer, this laptop has your name all over it.

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Free Church Website Checkup

Is your church web site welcoming or friendly?

When people visit your church web site, will they find anything interesting, useful or inviting?

Internet Evangelism Day, a group that explains the potential of web evangelism, says, “church websites are an essential part of local churches’ public profiles to their communities.  Indeed, in some parts of the world, church websites draw more people into face-to-face church activities than any other method.   Church sites outnumber all other types of Christian sites by a ratio of 5 to 1.  Church sites could therefore be powerful outreach tools”.

Internet Evangelism Day has put together a FREE questionnaire to help you evaluate your church web site.  Check it out here.  The results display a detailed evaluation of your site and includes advice to help make your site better.

While your are at the site visit their “tips for church web sites” or click below to take a tour of their web site.

IEDay provides a wealth of information regarding the use of the internet and the church.  I’ve been receiving their free newsletter for a while now.  You should check it out too.  To join, send a blank email to:
bulletin-subscribe@web-evangelism.com It’s one of the newsletters that I actually look forward to receiving.  To view their previous issues visit: http://guide.gospelcom.net/resources/bullfeed.xml

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God’s love, yeah, it’s kinda like this…

Theology is the study God.  One of the attributes of God is his love for people.  According to the Bible, God is love (1 John 4:8).  God’s love is indescribable.  Here’s an inspiring example of the love between a father and son.

To get the full impact of this video, read the following completely before viewing.

A son asked his father, “Dad, will you take part in a marathon with me?” The father who, despite having a heart condition, says ‘Yes’. They went on to complete the marathon together. Father and son went on to join other marathons, the father always saying ‘Yes’ to his son’s request of going through the race together. One day, the son asked his father, ‘Dad, let’s join the Ironman together.’ To which, his father said ‘Yes’.

For those who didn’t know, Ironman is the toughest triathlon ever. The race encompasses three endurance events of a 2.4 mile (3.86 kilometer) ocean swim, follow ed by a 112 mile (180.2 kilometer) bike ride, and ending with a 26.2 mile (42.195 kilometer) marathon along the coast of the Big Island Father and son went on to complete the race together.

Click here or on the photo below to view the race.

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Kidology – For anyone working in children’s ministry

According to Barna Research the probability of accepting Christ is much greater among children, than by teens and adults. In children between the ages of 5 and 13 the probability of accepting Christ is 32%. It drops to 4% for those between the ages of 14 and 18, and picks up to only 6% for the rest of life. The ripest field is children!

If you work in children’s ministry or know someone who does, introduce them to KIDOLOGY, – It’s for anyone working in children’s ministry:

http://www.kidology.org/

Kidology helps to equip and encourage those who minister to children.   They do this through their website, and through providing practical training, creative teaching resources, and personal consultation.

Kidology, in its simplest form, means “the study of kids.” In a broader sense it is a call to children’s ministers to approach ministry to children from within the context of the culture of children. As a missionary first learns the culture of the lost he hopes to reach the lost, the “Kidologist,” or student of “kidology,” seeks to first understand today’s kid and culture before attempting to reach them, so that they can be reached creatively and effectively.

Just as the Apostle Paul became “all things to all men, so that by all possible means I might save some,” (I Cor. 9:22b) the student of kidology seeks to customize his or her message so that children will be drawn to it, understand it, and accept it.  There is a great need to equip volunteers to do this.  Visit: http://www.kidology.org/

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