CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa.—The Get Untangled church technology training conference “was a huge success,” says Chris Brown. He and several technology coaches purposed to help pastors and techies experience “less hassle of technology to do more ministry.” Brown is director of TechMin Network, which helps ministries, missionaries, and churches around the world use technology for global impact.
Summit University opened its doors to allow TechMin Network to facilitate this conference in its seminary building. With people attending both on-site and via live-stream, the speakers challenged tech leaders to carefully, faithfully, skillfully, prayerfully, and passionately use technology to help their churches reach the world for Christ.
Quality workshops covered topics including social media, sound systems, video creation and editing, Planning Center worship service and church management software, ProPresenter church worship software, and live-streaming.
“We are excited to see how God will use us as geeks to further the gospel around the world,” Brown says.