The iPad, Part 2

Last week’s post described how the iPad can be a powerful tool for ministry work. Today’s post is a continuation ofthat theme. You know, Apple is really on to something with the iPad. Maybe that’s why over a million have sold in little or no time!

Pastors and church leaders can definitely harness the incredible advantages that the iPad provides: fantastic mobility, tons of apps, great battery life/hardware, mad e-Reader capability (iBooks and Kindle), and much more.

Chris Brogan, a great social media commentator, shares some of his thoughts on the benefits (and shortcomings) of the iPad in the following article:

http://www.chrisbrogan.com/ipad-is-pretty-decent/

Pastors and church leaders can easily adapt many of  these applications and advantages to ministry work. How is your ministry using the iPad?

Until next time, remember, you can do all things thru Christ Jesus!

God Bless,

Kenneth Lillard

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2 responses to “The iPad, Part 2

  1. I see most of my activity on the iPad as consumption and not creation. However for sermon notes, quick emails and note taking I love it. I am using awesome note and evernote for meetings, visits and simple todo lists.

    Thanks for your articles.

    Joe Chase.

  2. Thank you for that great comment, Joe! I agree that many iPad users feel the same as you, viewing and using it more as a consumption tool. There is such a tremendous reservoir of information and resources to tap into. Thanks for sharing how you use the iPad and how you use awesome note and evernote with the readers! We are learning from each other! Be Blessed!!

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