15 Favorite Apps for Church Leaders

April 10, 2018
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Podcast Episode #422

Pastors and church leaders are always asking about apps that can help their productivity. Today, we highlight 15 apps that can help you with productivity and your growth as a pastor.

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

  • The YouVersion Bible app is the most widely used Bible app out there.
  • The CSBible app is getting more and more robust all the time.
  • Audible has made my commute much more manageable.
  • 64% of U.S. households have Amazon Prime.
  • Waze is the perfect app for pastors who make hospital rounds.

The apps we cover on this episode are:

  1. YouVersion
  2. Life on Mission
  3. Favorite Bible translation, like the CSB
  4. Audible
  5. Dashlane
  6. Amazon
  7. Podcast app (Stitcher, iHeart, Tune-In, and Podbean)
  8. Numerous Bible study apps (WORDsearch or My WSB)
  9. Waze
  10. Dropbox
  11. Evernote
  12. Nebo
  13. Joshua Project Unreached People Group of the Day
  14. Doctor on Demand & Shipt
  15. Tweetbot

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