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The 10 Digital Commandments

John Gilman June 25, 2013

The 10 Digital Commandments   Thou shalt return text messages. Thou shalt not creep on the profile of your neighbor, your neighbor’s wife, or neighbor’s children. Thou shalt not take excessive pictures of your food. Thou shalt not “like” too many statuses lest your friends become weary of you. Thou shalt only have 1 profile… Continue Reading »


Surviving the Summer Slump -Pt 4: 6 Ways to Lead When People Leave in the Summer

John Gilman June 19, 2013

“Summer’s lease hath all too short a date.” ~Shakespeare. “back to life, back to reality” ~Soul II Soul a 90’s dance sensation The Summer Slump won’t last forever. As the weather cools, the vacations will end and people will settle back in their routines. Your job is to be ready for them the minute reality… Continue Reading »


Be Ye Digitally Holy

John Gilman June 12, 2013

Be Digitally Holy Everything that is hidden will become clear, and every secret thing will be made known~ Luke 8:17 NCV I don’t mean to sound paranoid. I promise that I’m not a tinfoil-hat-wearing-bomb-shelter-building-the-end-is-near-so-max-out-the-credit-cards-and-move-to-the-mountains-type of person. But, I’m a little concerned that we don’t quite understand the lifespan of the things we say. Recent reports… Continue Reading »


Backing Up Your Data

Kelli Brannen June 11, 2013

Hurricane season starts on June 1st, so it’s time to begin thinking about hurricane preparedness. When you think of hurricane preparedness, you may think of stocking up on batteries, flashlights,  bottled water, and maybe even planning an evacuation route. But what about backing up your ACS, PDS, or HeadMaster data? This is the perfect time… Continue Reading »


Surviving the Summer Slump -Pt 3: 10 Ways to Fight the Low Tide of Summer Giving

John Gilman June 5, 2013

“Money is the opposite of the weather. Nobody talks about it, but everybody does something about it.” – Rebecca Johnson The Summer Slump affects your money as much as your people. People travel with their tithes, and few double up when they come home. People take vacations, but bills don’t. There are no late fees… Continue Reading »

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