google notebook import
I know I'm late in the game, but Google announced that Google Notebook will go away in the future.

I suggest using Evernote as a solution. Evernote is very easy to capture things off of the web and then add your ideas. You can journal and much much more. Also Evernote has an Google Notebook import for those who don't want to re-enter anything. Very cool! And it's free. (They have premium edition that gives you more features and better experience, but the free account is fine for basic capturing functions)

Here how Evernote works...

I believe it is very important in ministry to get your ideas out of your head and on to paper or a electronic document of some sort. So develop some system and stick to it!


  1. Troy Malone // January 29, 2009 at 12:03 PM  

    Very good suggestion. We just did an integration with Evernote and are getting a good deal of Pastors using it. Our solution is a project management application that helps churches organize their initiatives and programs. Now you can create tasks and messages within Pelotonics from the notes you take in Evernote! Try it out...


  2. Errin Hogan // January 31, 2009 at 11:45 AM  

    Thanks for the post. I've reviewed EverNote several times and think its a great tool. We've been using for quite sometime now and find that we do a LOT of the same things inside there.

    imMEDIAtely yours...