Hi, I am Addison Aspilla and this blog is an avenue for me to share web ministry ideas, tools, and resources with you. I discuss topics related to:
Web Ministry: serving through use of the Internet, tech tools, and social media.
Upon completing my Masters degree from Tyndale Seminary, I continued to serve in my part-time role on the pastoral staff at my home church. My wife and I started a blog, podcast show, and YouTube channel and used social media to keep connected with our online community.
Several personal friends began connecting with me in order to seek recommendations for beginning web ministries of their own. I also began doing consulting work by helping others achieve their web ministry goals. My friend Rob Patterson invited me to speak with him at the local Christian Bookstore in order discuss the topic of Church & Technology to a group of local pastors. I shared how e-mail lists and newsletters are effectives way to communicate with the church throughout the mid-week.
This site was designed to continue the connection with pastors from the Christian Bookstore and ministry leaders around the world. I do not consider myself to be a web ministry expert. Instead, this site is merely a place to share what I’ve learned along the way.
I’ve recorded a training video for you that teaches how to use e-mails and newsletters to keep connected with your community. Leave your first name and e-mail address below and I will send you the link to the video:
Finally, I am always looking forward to hearing from you so please feel free to personally contact me at: addison[at]learnwebministry.com.
Blessings to you and your ministry,
Addison Aspilla will begin his Doctor of Ministry at Tyndale Seminary in the Winter of 2013. He has a Social Service Worker Diploma from Humber College and a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (BASc) in Family and Community Social Services from the University of Guelph. Addison also completed both his Graduate Diploma in Leadership and Master of Theological Studies (MTS) in Christian Foundations from Tyndale Seminary. He is the worship leader at Word Became Flesh Ministries in Mississauga and leads worship across Ontario with his wife Jenn.