Archive for May, 2009

ACMI 2009 Plenary & Workshop Presentations about Web 2.0 & Resource Notes

Welcome back all from ACMI 2009. It was a true pleasure meeting many of you. Here is a resource sheet from my workshop at ACMI 2009 at Azusa Pacific University, June 2009, which has a lot of links to important sites etc. related to ISM Ministry. Here is a link to the video that I […]

Tracking What is Going On: RSS Feeds, Blogs and News Articles – HOW DO I FOLLOW THIS BLOG?

One of the blessings of the internet is the amount of information available, produced nearly daily. One of the banes of the internet is the large amount of information available and produced every day. It can be overwhelming. While google and other search engines are a great way to find things we often find sites […]

How do I do something? – Sites That Show you How…

Growing up, when you needed to know how to do something. There were very few sources to find them. First, you probably went to your parents, and if they didn’t have some homespun advice, you went to the library to look for books like Ask Heloise or something like that. One of the blessing of […]

Getting “Personalized” E-mails/Newsletter to Many People on a Regular Basis

One of the important roles in ministry is getting the story of ministry to our various constituents. Whether it is a newsletter to donors, a prayer alert to prayer partners, a event update to students, or follow-up report to the university, we often required to communicate with large numbers of people quickly and yet in […]

What in the world is Twitter? and Why Should I care as a International Student Minister?

One question I am commonly asked is, “What is twitter and why should I care?” This is a very valid question.This is especially true of late as many famous people have recently migrated on to twitter including the likes of Oprah, Ashton Kutcher (1.6 million followers), Shaq, the local weather man, etc.  Twitter often defy’s […]