Summary: Technology meets eternity. We explore avenues of uniting these two seemingly separate arenas of life into a seamless whole. Where we recognize the times in which we're living and use what we've been given to make a difference for eternity. Come hear the latest in technology review and meet some incredible people who might very well become an integral part of your own life and ministry.
Laura Wilkinson created one of the most memorable Olympic moments. God's using Laura today through speaking, involvement in the U.S. Diving Program, and building a world-class training facility. Hear how technology supports the platform she's been given.
We welcome you to the new, shorter podcast format and improved website at GodsMac.com! We've taken some time to re-focus the mission of the podcast, and believe that it will be a service that you'll get much more out of. Thanks for listening!
Brandon Riley shares how God is using his creative talents in Sugar Land, Texas. Gabe and Lee jump into discussion on both old and new technologies, and Kary Oberbrunner joins Gabe as they discuss many misconceptions that the church has regarding women.
Michael Hyatt, CEO of Thomas Nelson, joins us this week and discusses an array of subjects, including social media, blogging, and publishing. Gabe and Lee dialogue on tech, while Kary Oberbrunner joins us for a discussion on free will and predestination.
Charles Hill joins us this week and discusses The Sticks conference and his move from Ohio to Salt Lake City, Utah. We review online video with Boxee.tv, the Safari 4 browser, and urge our listening audience to follow Lee on Twitter!
J.D. Elgin, with BibleTech Conference, joins us this week. Join us in Seattle on March 27-28th for the conference! Gabe will be speaking there. Final Draft AV and TweetDeck reviews, and a discussion on the future of Christian conferences and their focus.
Sam Soffes, LifeChurch.tv developer, has been instrumental in the development of the YouVersion.com online Bible and iPhone application. We review the BlacX hard-drive dock, some nice WordPress plugins, and conclude by discussing the economic crisis.
Merry Christmas from God's Mac! We're excited to partner and interview Logos Bible Software. They are extending a 25% discount on their Bible study software. Call Logos at 1-800-875-6467 or use the coupon code "GODSMAC" when ordering online at Logos.com.
Enjoy the fun interview with singer and worship leader Travis Cottrell! This week we share ways you can have fun using Terminal on the Mac, review Google and Facebook social networking, and conclude with a discussion on our culture and Christmas.
Kary Oberbrunner joins us and discusses his newest book, The Fine Line. We take a look at some of the new and more powerful iPhone applications and conclude by discussing how Christianity is more than just a religion, it's a relationship!
Brent joins us and discussed the world of a web designer and reviews how the church is doing with technology. Be sure to check out DigitalDisciples.net! We also review SonicFire Pro and the new MacBook, and conclude with a review of the election.
Bart Lewis shares his call to speak to both youth, their pastors and their parents. Join the new God's Mac Prayer Group! A look at podcasting hardware. A look at when a poser takes it a step further, not realizing he / she is betraying Christ.
We are partnering with our guest, Aaron Marshall, to challenge our listeners to give at least 20 iPods to educate teachers and leaders in Africa. We also discuss how to record and edit a podcast, and take a look into the life of a Christian poser.
Erwin McManus, pastor of Mosaic Church in Los Angeles, California joins us this week. Reviews and suggestions on various iPhone applications. We conclude by talking with Bart Lewis about today's youth and their relationship with youth leaders and parents.
Entrepreneur and web designer Eric Granata join us this week. A preview of what is to come in the next tutorial series, and a few website and software reviews. An interesting spiritual comparison with "Tar Babies" from the familiar Br'er Rabbit story.