Introducing Evernote for Pastors

I’m a pastor.

I love pastors and one of my favorite things to do is help pastors be better pastors. If I can find a tool that will make life easier or more efficient then I want to share it.

I’m not a techie.

In fact, I have a Mac, an iPad and an iPhone, but someone is always having to help me use them. 🙂

That’s why I wrote Evernote for Pastors!

Evernote has been one of the best tools I’ve discovered for making my job easier. Evernote for Pastors is a short, simple, easy-to-read and easy-to-apply eBook explaining how I use it and how it helps me in my ministry. I have partnered with my friend Ben Stroup to make this product available at a ridiculously low price, because we want to be a resource for pastors.

I’m not suggesting it will dramatically change your life…but I am suggesting, it could make your life a little easier.

Now, seriously, what pastor couldn’t use that?

It’s on sale now for $1.99. (Price will increase soon.) You can download a copy HERE.

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  • Indytide says:

    I purchased the ebook, but never got an email to download. Can you resend it to me? Thanks.

  • I have been using Evernote for a while and frequently encourage others to do the same. I was a little disappointed with the ebook, most of it was standard here is what Evernote does and how to use it. I thought maybe it would be something to help me use it more efficiently and better for ministry. It is probably a good place for someone new to Evernote, but not much help for an experienced user.
    Just recently discovered your blog – enjoying much of what I read.

    • ronedmondson says:

      Sorry, it is elementary, but I tried to explain that in the opening comments. I even said, “I didn't set out to write a user manual. There are others…” I hope the $1.99 keeps from being too disappointed.Thanks for discovering my blog!
      Twitter: Ronedmondson

      • I understood it wasn't anything overly technical, I was just hoping that I would pick up a few ministry-specific tips. Thanks – no worries.

        • ronedmondson says:

          Thanks. We are already considering an update. Right now we just wanted to get some on board who aren't even using it, which seems to be the majority we are experiencing right now.
          Twitter: Ronedmondson

  • Gooooooood stuff! I use Evernote every day, and I just love to unlock more and more of it.

  • Thanks for turning me on to Evernote a while back. Between that and Logos, I am closer to going paperless in everything, I just bought the book and will read it shortly. I hope it has in it about scanning images right into Evernote, that has been one of the most helpful features so far for me.

  • @jmillerjr says:

    I've been using Evernote for work & ministry, since it came out for BlackBerry. I use it in meetings, during church services, while driving (record my notes, not type), I dump my messages while working on them, so I can add thoughts, inspiration and insight throughout the day when I am away from my desk. During my last trip to Uganda & Kenya, we had to travel real light, so my sermons, as well as my bible, was completely delivered via my smartphone using Evernote. Since I don't stand behind a pulpit when I preach, especially during your events, I just carry my smartphone with Evernote to deliver my key points and I never lose my place. This is definitely and invaluable ministry tool. I haven't read your ebook, but if it touches on even half the uses I have put into action, it's still worth it. Thanks for sharing.

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