The technological revolution we’ve seen over the past 30 years is staggering. What’s even more remarkable is the speed at which tech in the church continues to improve.
From 1,000 languages on an app to the world’s longest single graphic novel, Christians are discovering new ways to share the gospel with unreached people.
According to a Pew Research survey, 96 percent of American adults say it’s “generally not OK” to use a cellphone at church or during a worship service. But can there be legitimate uses during a church service?
At least 41% of Americans plan to attend church on Easter. Is your congregation’s website ready for the guests who will be visiting online?
“Distraction is the enemy of deep thinking, and it is an enemy we must seek out and destroy,” says Tim Challies. Here are six steps to doing just that.
How is the Christian to think wisely about all of these promising new apps, these glittering new gizmos and gadgets? How can a Christian live with virtue in a world like ours?