Avoid letting your entire mailing list know the names and addresses of everyone else on the list. Many people won’t know, or care, that their email address has been passed along to hundreds of other people, but you don’t want to be the one to break their confidentiality by sharing their address with others. Learn to use Bcc: in your email.
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Afraid to store sensitive information on your computer when you travel? The information that a missionary may have on his machine could result in persecution of fellow believers. Use an encryption program like TrueCrypt to keep your data and brothers in Christ safe.
Have you ever needed a reminder on something on a specific date, but did not know how to file the information so that you would see it when you needed it? Send an email to yourself with the information you need when you need it.
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.
Needing to consume large amounts of text quickly? Zap Reader will help you read online content faster than you normally read while letting you quickly control the reading speed of the displayed text. Use it for Bible reading or web content.
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.