From creating and organizing sermon notes, to creating blog posts, to managing a church budget, Edmondson explains how to use Evernote for it all.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) November 15, 2011
With more than 10 million users worldwide, Evernote has become the most widely-used note taking application in the country. And since the average pastor works more than 50 hours a week in the office (Pit and Pew), Ben Stroup (http://www.benstroup.com) and Ron Edmondson (http://www.ronedmondson.com) created “A Guide to Evernote for Pastors” to show busy church leaders how they can simplify and streamline their life with the help of the application.
“Evernote is this revolutionary tool that has become a second brain for its 10 million users,” said Stroup. “The eBook is a step-by-step tutorial, written specially for pastors in hopes that Evernote will make the busy life of a church leader a little easier,” Stroup added.
In a world of complicated IT jargon and web coding, Evernote aims to keep it simple and so does the book. With the average pastor in mind, Edmondson works to introduce the reader to how he effectively uses Evernote in his ministry. From creating and organizing sermon notes, to creating blog posts, to managing a church budget, Edmondson explains how to use Evernote for it all.
“I don’t develop software. I’m not an IT guy. I’m not a technology pastor. I don’t consult with others about information systems. Rather, I’m a pastor,” said Edmondson. “This eBook began with my personal appetite to use technology to support my ministry. In the midst of countless conversations among friends and peers about this new tool called Evernote, it occurred to me that there might be many more who would greatly benefit from this unbelievable tool.”
To learn more about “A Guide to Evernote for Pastors” and other ebooks produced by Ben Stroup, visit http://www.benstroup.com. To download the ebook by Ron Edmondson, visit http://www.evernoteforpastors.com.
About Ben Stroup
Ben Stroup is a ghostwriter, blogger, and strategic consultant who helps individuals and organizations navigate the content matrix to achieve maximum impact through content strategy and marketing. He is an advocate for creating compelling content in a post-paragraph world and believes meaningful conversations are the most prized and coveted assets of one-person consulting firms, international charitable organizations, and multibillion dollar enterprises. Ben, his wife, Brooke, and their two sons, Carter and Caden, live in the Nashville, Tennessee area.
About Ron Edmondson
Ron Edmondson is a pastor and church leadership consultant passionate about planting churches, helping established churches thrive, and assisting pastors and those in ministry think through leadership, strategy and life. Ron has over 20 years business experience, mostly as a self-employed business owner, and has been in full-time ministry for over 9 years. The greatest times for Ron are with his wife Cheryl and two amazing adult sons, Jeremy (and wife Mary) and Nate.