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Contents Preface: The Microchip Church 1 A Tale of Two Congregations-and Technology 2 If an iMac Was Good Enough for Moses . . .: A Brief History of Congregational Computing 3 Of Heilsgeschicte and Harddrives: Learning Basic Computer Lingo 4 Technology Goes to Church: A Software Review 5 What Has Bill Gates Done for Us Lately? General Business Software and Congregations 6 Managing Your Congregation: Congregational Management Software 7 Preaching and Teaching: Worship and Education Software 8 Tending the Nets: Networks and the Internet 9 Disciples of the Disk: Creating a Technology Team 10 Finding the RAM in the Thicket: Designing Your Hardware 11 Building the Tower-or Two: Assembling Your Hardware and Software 12 Eternal Security: Protecting Your Congregation's Systems 13 I've Got a PC in GloryLand that Outshines the Sun: The Future of Congregational Computing Appendixes A Technology Assessment B Congregational Culture Questions C What Do You Want to Do that a CMS Can Do? D Things You Can Do E Sample Technology Plan Budget F Creating a Technology Plan: Summary Sheet G Sample Church: Technology Acceptable Use Policy Glossary
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church work Data processing