We must navigate this age of AI with grace, wisdom, and a deep confidence in God as the creator of all thing, including us as his image bearers.
Jesus laid out a good rule of thumb for all of our online interactions when he said, “love your neighbor as yourself.”
Let’s power down, seek to connect with one another, and encourage each other to press on as we together proclaim the faith once for all delivered to the saints .
How can a pastor stay informed without being glued to the news?
Being distracted is not the biggest risk of using technology in preaching. The greater danger is missing God himself.
As a busy pastor it can be overwhelming to search for the perfect tool to accomplish the tasks you need to get done. This may be simply keeping up with your schedule, communicating with staff and church members, or managing your to-do list. While the tools in this collection may not meet every need, below…
Christians must spend time in careful thought before they post about politics on social media.
“Open your Bibles, your phones, or your tablets with me to the passage for today’s sermon.” This now common refrain in pulpits across America represents the seismic shift the past decade of the digital revolution has created in the lives of nearly 200 million people. And it’s not just in this country — in four years,…