Who is your neighbor?
Do you know who lives in your neighborhood?
It’s easy to follow your routine and see the same people day in and day out without really knowing the diverse people that call your city home.
In this article, we’ll teach you how to use Statistical Atlas and US Census data to research your neighborhood.
Here are three trust builders you can use to start or deepen multicultural/multilingual relationships. You can also read about the three trust barriers in our previous post.
Trust Builder #1: Eat & Have Fun Together
Multilingual communities are hard to create and sustain.
Modern examples tend to be driven by money and power: multinational corporations, international organizations (like the UN) and governments with multiple national languages (like India, Singapore or Canada). What’s at stake is important enough to warrant the expensive translation infrastructure it takes to sustain the multilingual organization.
But what about everywhere else?
This month we pushed out a bunch of updates to spf.io. The biggest change was an overhauled projector controller experience. It's a streamlined design that enable users to control the projector display easily (even on mobile!). Here's the full list of updates:...
By Lie Shia Ong-Sintzel I’m what you call an “ABC.” If you’ve read the popular book “Crazy Rich Asians” or watched the movie adaption of it, you know that stands for “American-born Chinese.” As I was growing up, my immigrant parents instilled in me the...
Every church has their own reasons for seeking to provide translation. It can feel overwhelming at the beginning to know where to even begin. You have a few different ways to provide translation. Each have their own costs and benefits. To help you through the process, this article explains.
Martin Luther King, Jr. famously described Sunday morning at eleven o’clock as the “most segregated hour of Christian America.” Regrettably, it’s nearly 60 years later and not much has changed.
It’s not everyday you get to hear the United Nations Chief Information and Technology Officer speak. It’s even cooler when you can ask her a question.
Do you use Planning Center? If so, spf.io’s latest release is good news for you! Now, you can import plans into spf.io and have your worship service translated into many languages with just a few clicks. Keep reading to learn why and how.
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