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Thriving at the Edges of the World
E. Stanley Jones calls us to radical conservatism and a conservative radicalism.
our way in an age where ideas become empires, reliable barriers are erased by invisible forces long forgotten, and the gaps between us grow as quickly as the technology tools meant
Breaking the 200 Barrier: Genesis Church in Mexico, Missouri
Church seeks to meet the needs of a small town that is 70% unchurched.
Outward Thinking Technology. This deals with our website, online service, online Life Groups, e-newsletter, and how we use social media for advertisements and promotion.
Diaspora Missions: People on the Move in the Borderless World
As of the end of 2015, 65.3 million people were displaced.
The world I live in seems “borderless”—interconnected by technology and traversed by millions of migrants and travellers. Three books have helped me understand our current context:
Reclaiming Evangelism: Why Christians Need to Recover Their Passion for Christ
U.K. ministry leader explores evangelism's embarrassment, exclusivity, and entrepreneurial nature
What I was witnessing was evangelism. It was Apple that first applied the term evangelist to the selling of technology, first in software and then tech in general.
The Surprising Theological Possibilities of Virtual Reality
VR's greatest strength is not escapism, but empathy.
After decades of false starts and dashed hopes, it seems 2016 is the year that virtual reality technology leaves the shadows of geek pipedreams and enters the mainstream.
God Bless Geeky Women
Being a female Christian in tech places you in the double minority.
skills. “You could say that the barrier is that the technology changes, but really, I learned the new technology,” the Seattle-based developer said. “The
Tampons Are a Justice Issue
While reporting in sub-Saharan Africa, I discovered the 'period problem' and why solutions are tough to come by.
and privilege. Invisible or not, tampons point to a way of viewing our bodies and ourselves that is shaped by our social context and technology. In Uganda
Subscriber Access Only The Future of the Church Is Analog, Not Digital
New communications technology lets us preach to millions. It’s time to unplug most of it.
The Future of the Church Is Analog, Not Digital. New communications technology lets us preach to millions. New communications technology lets us preach to millions.
Christians to Science: Leave Our Bodies How God Made Them
Pew examines how US religious groups feel about the ways that biomedicine can enhance human abilities.
In a surprising reversal, white evangelicals were more likely than black Protestants to believe that current elective cosmetic surgery is an appropriate use of technology (60% vs. 46%).
Church Apps: Distraction or Attraction?
How two Georgia churches are using mobile technology to connect to a new generation of churchgoers.
How two Georgia churches are using mobile technology to connect to a new generation of churchgoers. Church Apps: Distraction or Attraction? How
Weekend Edition—July 22, 2016
Distractions, Work, a Diverse America, Church signs, and more!
Surely, distractions have been around since shepherds have been taking their eyes off sheep to chase butterflies, but such accidents point to the way technology can help us lose our
Are We Distracting Ourselves to Death?
How technology-driven "hyperreality" hijacks our attention and makes us numb to real-life dangers.
How technology-driven "hyperreality" hijacks our attention and makes us numb to real-life dangers. Are We Distracting Ourselves to Death? How technology
Sajan George
His acclaimed education model employs technology and research to transform struggling schools.
His acclaimed education model employs technology and research to transform struggling schools. Sajan George. Sajan George. His acclaimed education
Teens Read Bible More During the School Year
The latest study from Barna also shows how many teens think the Bible offers hope, and whether their house rules are influenced by Scripture.
still important to people (up from 53%). Predictably, using technology to read the Bible is on the rise. Significantly more practicing Protestant teens than
Bucking the Trend, Erskine Seminary Takes Steps to Split from College
While financial woes prompt many seminaries to consolidate, Erskine’s are causing it to take a step away.
Now it's up to 40 percent. In 2010, Moody Bible Institute merged with Michigan Theological Seminary in order to save money by sharing technology and some operations costs.
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