If you are frequently putting in and pulling out a USB C cable from an ATEM Mini or other device, you might want to have an extension cable so that you can leave it connected and not risk damaging the device.
Church of Scotland DONATE button
The Church of Scotland Introduced a DONATE BUTTON in June 2020.
You can create a link directly to your congregation’s donate page by adding the congregation number as a parameter. Eg: https://cos.churchofscotland.org.uk/donate/?cong=382184 (with /?cong=382184 after donate – with your number – unless you want to support Strontian Church!)
Payments are processed via PayPal – who will take a small fee. Contributors don’t need a PayPal account and can use any major debit or credit card.
Payments will be transferred to congregational bank accounts – on monthly basis (to he confirmed)
Have had this iOS app for years – really useful. I have only a very little Hebrew and absolutely no Greek – but good to be able to see the interlinear text.
Fascinating to see for example that in Mark 1 in the healing of Peter’s mother-in-law the ‘helped her up’ is literally ‘raised up’ – same word as used of Jesus’ resurrection – and when she ‘waited on them’ the word is diakonia – to serve…
It’s now £14.99 – but I can highly recommend it,
8 Church trends for 2021 with Carey Nieuwhof
If these are any use to you please use them.
Intro: Traveling to Bethlehem scene, with The Fist Noel instrumental background. Words “Watchnight Worship begins shortly” (3’30” long)
Outro: Stable scene, We wish you a merry Christmas instrumental, Words: “Happy Christmas to you all” (1’43” long)
Excellent podcast with 3-4minutes gems of wisdom around creative arts.
Five frogs sitting on a wall. Two decide to jump off. How many frogs re sitting on the wall?
Three frogs on the wall…?
No… not three…
There are five frogs sitting on the wall. Two decided to jump, but until they take action and actually jump they are still sitting on the wall!
Or put another way – as Tony Robbins has said “Never leave the scene of decision without taking action”