Reasons For Your Church To Start Live Streaming Its Services

Posted on: 25 September 2020

Many churches offer their services via live stream, allowing people to tune in both while the service is live and afterward at their leisure. If you're thinking about some changes that you wish to make at your church, offering live streaming might be something to discuss. Doing so requires an investment of audio/video gear and some time devoted to setting this equipment up, but the investment of time and effort can be worthwhile.
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Home Automation Tips For Families

Posted on: 28 May 2016

Home automation isn't just for science fiction movies or for the tech savvy. Installing a whole house control system is also beneficial for families, both from a safety and a comfort standpoint. The following are a few automation tips that are especially well-suited for families with children or teens. Tip #1: Choose power saving options One complain in many households with kids is that children are apt to leave the lights on after they leave a room.
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How To Take Absolutely Amazing Specialty Photos

Posted on: 27 October 2015

Whether you're a parent looking to take amazing photos of your little one, a professional photographer looking to add a little "ooomph" to the pictures you take, or anyone in between, you should know that, truthfully, how great (or not great) a photo turns out is all in the details. If you're hoping to turn out awesome photos every single time, rest assured that you can do so...as long as you follow these pro tips.
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Three Things You Probably Didn't Know About Professional Court Reporters And Their Job

Posted on: 27 October 2015

Professional court reporters play a major role in recording what happens in a case or trial. However, they are not present for every case, hearing or trial. This may be surprising to many people, but court reporters are only required if they are needed and asked to appear. Otherwise, a judge may record some of what happens in a court hearing, while lawyers will file paperwork to outline the events and outcome of a hearing, which means no court reporter is necessary.
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