Sending a reminder to yourself in the future is a great way to remember to deal with a project at a certain time. But how do you get that reminder to show up in a place you will certainly see it? How about having it sent to your email inbox? Give FutureMe a try!
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Can’t afford $300 for a digital voice recorder? You can still get good recordings with a device you may already own. To get started grabbing sound files of your ministry you may not need to spend anything, but even a decent recorder may only cost you $25.
Missionaries would like to capture high-quality audio recordings on the field. It is unlikely they will have the nice sound equipment on the field that most churches back home enjoy. However, here are recommendations for buying the right digital voice recorder to fit their needs.
Is it wise for a missionary to use a free website creation too for their ministry? While it certainly won’t be the worst thing you can do in the ministry, there are some factors you should consider before committing several months or years to using a free website tool like WordPress.com or Blogger.
Your choice of email protocol you choose to use will determine the abilities you have to control your email. In some cases you won’t have a choice as to which you can use. But when you do have the option, you should always opt for using IMAP email over POP.
Many missionaries have had websites built for them, but then never learned to update it. With a simple website platform like WordPress, a missionary can have a professional looking website. He could even have someone else build it for him and show him how to keep the site up to date.
Virtual Tourist can help you get oriented in your new place of ministry or help you learn new places to visit while on the field. A good place to start when looking for restaurants and activities that other foreigners enjoy.
Tired of dragging heavy books with you on the road when you need to do Bible study? Using Bible Gateway and Blue Letter Bible you can prepare sermons using Bibles from more than 50 different languages. Learn what makes them different and why the complement one another.