Reimagining church space: The Juice Bar
Reimagining church space: The Juice Bar

Two summers ago, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Spartanburg, South Carolina, had an idea. What began as a way to connect with a local school district became far more than we imagined.

App review: electronic Common Prayer (Android)
App review: electronic Common Prayer (Android)

Google Play Store rating: 4.6 / 5 My rating: 4 / 5 Price: $10 [in app purchases for Enriching Our Worship]  Android users, the wait is finally over. As of

Lenten blogging kept YASC volunteers connected
Lenten blogging kept YASC volunteers connected

First, let us say that anyone can start a blog. It can function as a way to connect with others, share ideas, or be a creative outlet. All you need

App review: Mission St. Clare
App review: Mission St. Clare

Google Play rating: 4.6/5 iTunes rating: 4+/5 My rating: 3/5 Price: Free Mission St. Clare’s Daily Office app is a tool I use constantly. It has a clear function and

Facebook privacy settings for ministers
Facebook privacy settings for ministers

The fantastic Colin Chapman, digital missioner in the Digital Formation program at General Theological Seminary recently kicked off a monthly “Quick Tip” video series with a tutorial on Facebook privacy

Some podcast picks
Some podcast picks

Image: Kyle tries to play it cool while introducing NPR’s Sarah Lumbard at e-Formation 2013. Photo by the seemingly indefatigable Tricia Lyons. I recently returned from the Gathering of Leaders, a networking and

A few quick thoughts on ‘Echo the Story’
A few quick thoughts on ‘Echo the Story’

A couple of weeks ago, our colleague Randall Curtis posted a review of the youth curriculum “Echo the Story” to a Facebook group of Episcopal faith formation practitioners. The review was written by an intern

Learning Together
Learning Together

I miss my hacker pals. You see, before I went to seminary, I worked with ascientific computing research group in the engineering department where I was pursuing graduate study. I wrote