Weebly is great! It’s a free online website builder that will help you create a place for all the info you wish to communicate about your youth ministry. The best bit is, it’s incredibly simple to use.
Different youth groups do different things to encourage healthy interactions online. St. Peter’s Church in Tauranga developed a Facebook Code of Conduct, which helped in their situation, and can now always be referred back to if needed.
Here it is:
Here are some productive ways to use technology in Youth Ministry.
I recently returned from a youth mission trip, where we scissored across the country and engaged in some life-changing opportunities to learn about our faith and share the Gospel with people in another city.
Choosing worship projection software? This guide walks you step by step through the process of comparing and rating the right worship software program for your needs. The reviews have come from http://www.ebibleteacher.com
WordLive, is a free, online guide, helping you meet with God devotionally – through the Bible. Each day uses a new Bible passage with fresh resources to refresh your quiet time with God.
As the school year is in full swing now, and our schedules have filled with a million things to do, it can be really easy for technology to take over your time. Twitter, Facebook, email, Instagram, Vine, text messaging; all these things can suck you in so that work and ministry become a 24-7 gig. Technology is definitely not bad. And when it’s used in a healthy, balanced manner, it greatly enhances both ministry and life. But when you find yourself staring at an iPhone screen more than your spouse or family… something needs to change.
So if you don’t use Google Docs for your ministry, you may want to think about it.
I have put a couple of videos here so you can see some sample applications. This first video demonstrates how Google Docs is really good for sharing documents. No need to attach documents to emails, your team edits the same document online.