Most people don’t think about Information Technology (IT) as ministry, but Nick Nicholaou believes God has called him to use his IT skills to serve churches and various ministries. Nick founded the tech ministry MBS in 1987 and has been focused on providing the Christian community with reliable and affordable IT solutions ever since.
You can benefit from Nick’s knowledge and expertise through a free webinar with Church Law & Tax on August 21. This hour-long training session will focus on creating IT plans for ministry. Here are a few key areas he’ll cover:
- Making decisions and setting IT policies;
- Windows vs. MacOS;
- Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”)—determining if this is a good idea;
- Wi-Fi—access, security, and setup;
- How to work with IT volunteers; and
- How to retain high-quality IT staff.
“The church and ministry computing environment is unique. Through my work with churches, I have seen what churches do about IT issues that is not strategic,” says Nick in his book, Church IT: Using Information Technology for the Mission of the Church.
Join Nick for this valuable webinar and learn how you and your team can create a strategic plan that fits your church’s unique needs.
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