Have you ever had a fantastic experience that you loved, but later realized you didn’t take full advantage of the opportunity? That was me several years ago. CaboPress is a invite-only conference hosted by Chris Lema in Cabo each year. I got the opportunity to go to CaboPress in 2016 and absolutely loved the experience. […]
Author: Matt Pritchett
Matt is a Christian, a husband, a father to four, and a software engineer at Saturday Drive, the makers of products like Ninja Forms, Caldera Forms, and SendWP. He also helps clients solve complex problems with code, consulting, and more. He occasionally blogs.
I’ve been really starting to place emphasis on testing in my projects lately. This led me to try out Jest with a project where I use Laravel 8.x, Laravel Jetstream, and Inertia. This stack is super powerful and malleable and fits our use case perfectly. However, being new to Jest and JS testing in general, […]
You’ve studied theology, prayed with people, and delivered sermons and yet this podcasting thing is overwhelming. I get it. There are some details to work out but once you do, you will come to love this powerful platform. You know your message, let’s figure out the tech together. Hosting Your Church Podcast Your podcast is […]
There are many options when it comes to online fundraising. With that said, building your own fundraising website with WordPress gives you the most control.
Nonprofits are familiar with fundraising be it events or campaigns. Most successful nonprofits also know that online donations are a crucial factor. When looking for a donation or fundraising plugin, the options are overwhelming. Let’s clarify what you should look for in a fundraising plugin for WordPress. Fundraising Plugin Needs The first step to choosing […]
Get Started So you want to start a church podcast, huh? Welcome to the exciting new frontier! Podcasts are all the rage right now and are only going to grow. More than 1 out of 3 people have listened to a podcast episode in the last month and more than 50% of all people have […]
2019 in Review
2019 was quite a year. I had great wins and some rough patches. Overall, I’d call it another year of transition that was setting us up for some deep root growth. Personal Personally, 2019 was a whirlwind. We started the year living in Florida, moved to Tennessee in the early Summer, bought our first house […]
I cannot believe it’s 2020 already. Being involved in church my whole life, I’ve been seeing capital campaigns using the 2020 years as a goal point for my entire life. Now it’s here. I’m beyond excited for where this year is going to take me, my family and my business in the next 12 months. […]
Goals for 2019
If you haven’t read my Year in Review for 2018, please do so. It gives a ton of context for my goals for 2019. 2018 was a building year. We recovered from a rough 2017, grew together as a family, got healthy, and began dreaming of the future. That future is the one I’m building […]
My Year In Review – 2018
2018 was a year of foundation building for me and my family after a year of transition in 2017. In late summer of 2017, I joined the University of Florida Health as a designer and front-end developer. Transitioning into that role took up the remainder of 2017 in terms of time, onboarding, and getting settled […]