Preaching With An iPad – There’s A New App For That


Two of the most popular posts on Digital Sojourner explored the use of an iPad as an aid for preaching. Those posts are available here and here.

I recently discovered that there is a new iPad app currently under development that holds great promise for all public speakers, including preachers. The app, Podium Pro, is still in private beta but should be available soon in the app store.

When the app is released Digital Sojourner will write a comprehensive review.

The app is being designed by public speakers for public speakers. Several functions that preachers will find helpful are being built into the app. Some of those features are: word processing, Dropbox integration, count down timer, count up timer, overtime clock, ability to record and share your sermon, and much more.


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The Hunt: Working SMART

In personal and business development, someone came up with this handy acronym for getting things done: S.M.A.R.T. goals. Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic and Timely goals so that you’re not amorphously trying to accomplish everything and succeeding in accomplishing nothing.

The same thing can happen when you become the proud owner of a new Perfect E-bible. I’ve already mentioned that you need to pin down what you want, you need to know what’s out there, and you need to understand some basic terminology to help you on your way. But no matter what, you need to apply some S.M.A.R.T strategies to managing your data, securing your computer, and ultimately protecting yourself—be it from random events (like catastrophic computer failure) or malicious attack (like being hacked).

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