Do you need to get information out of a book and into your notes for teaching a class or preaching? If you are using the Kindle platform, it is possible to pull material from a book into your word processor. Let me show you how.
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Considering streaming video school while traveling on deputation or furlough? This article explores some of the options and suggests things to consider in your quest to educate your children while on the road.
Needing help to choose a Voice Over IP (VoIP) service? This guest post by Missionary Shane Rice will help you learn about the different features of five of the most popular VoIP providers.
Finding a temporary cell phone option when visiting the US is sometimes complicated and scary. Avoid getting locked into a contract for a cell phone that you will only use a few weeks or months. Here are some suggestions to help you get started.
Looking for advice for recording your church services or radio messages? I gave one friend the wrong advice. See what my mistake was and how you can avoid making the same one in your own situation.
Do you need to access the notes you create in your Kindle books for manipulation on your computer? Here are 3 different ways to retrieve and use the notes which are stored on your Amazon Kindle reader or in the Kindle app for the computer.
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.