Table of contents for 40 days and 40 bytes : making computers work for your congregation / by Aaron Spiegel, Nancy Armstrong, and Brent Bill.


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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