Friday morning doorbells from coast to coast will begin to ring– those doorbells will be heralding the arrival of Apple’s newest product. In my post today over at the Why We Web blog I have highlighted a handful of Apple Watch Apps of interest for believers.
I recently switch from Android to iPhone. I explain why in my post this week over at the Why We Web blog.
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Logos Bible Software released version 6 of their popular software earlier this week. The new version includes a ton of new features and significantly updates many existing features. Is Logos Bible Software right for you? I explore some of the pros and cons in my weekly post over at the Why We Web blog.
Check it out….
My post this week over at the Why We Web blog just went live: The Best Mobile Apps For Christians
This week, over at the Why We Web blog, I review ECS Ministries’ Bible Study app.
If you are looking for a great way to systematically study the Bible, you should check out my post.
The app also serves as a helpful educational tool. With materials appropriate for all age levels (8 & up) homeschool families, Sunday School teachers, youth group leaders, and parents will find the app to be a great way to engage students.
Over at the Why We Web blog I just posted my weekly Wednesday post (yes, I know today is Thursday– I’m a little late).
This week’s post reviews a neat little app to help children memorize scripture with an engaging puzzle game. If you want to help the children in your life memorize scripture I encourage you to head over the Why We Web blog and check it out.
Need help memorizing scripture? If so check out my Why We Web post Memorize Scripture While On the Go With the Bible Memory Remember Me App
My regular WWW Wednesday blog post is now available over at the Why We Web blog.
This week’s WWW post reviews The Gospel Message App by Awana.
This week last year Apple’s App store surpassed 25 Billion downloads– confirming once again, the growing dominance of mobile in general and iOS in-particular. [Source]
During the 10th week of 2012 Digital Sojourner posted a number of interesting articles including:
- Using Technology to Minister to the Elderly by Crawford Paul explores several ways modern technology can be used to help the aged keep in touch with not only family but also with their brothers and sisters in Christ. Interestingly Crawford’s post continues to be very popular with many discovering the post through search engines…. clearly there are many who want to help their elderly friends… check out the post for some helpful tips.
- This week last year a new series of posts entitled Which Church? started. The series of posts, authored by Brother Jack Hay of Scotland, explores some of the clear patters of how the early Christians gathered in local congregations as recorded in the New Testament.
- “Titus” was a second new series of posts that launched this week last year. In this series of videos, brother Stephen Baker of England, examines Paul the Apostle’s letter to Titus. You can jump to an introductory post here or to the first post in the series here.
Enjoy this flashback to 2012 week #10 on Digital Sojourner!
My regular Wednesday Why We Web Blog post is now available.
This week I explore how to setup your iPad for displaying sermon audio/visual aides– such as PowerPoint slideshows or video clips.
The WWW article reviews five specific iPad accessories for exporting media from your iPad. Check it out… and be sure to leave a comment!