Thoughts about issues related to Christian ministry.
If you are in a church leadership position you probably have to attend meetings. One of the most common complaints that I hear among ministry co-workers is that there are too many meetings, that they last too long, and that they are boring. Why do we have so many meetings?… Continue reading
“Despite worries among evangelicals that Americans are set against attending church, most people would attend if invited in the right manner.” That was the finding of a recent survey conducted by the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention and Lifeway Research. The nation wide poll… Continue reading
The ESV blog has an article on Collaborative Bible Study Materials:
The Internet makes large-scale collaboration possible, with Wikipedia as Exhibit A. Theopedia and others have tried to do something similar for theology and commentary.
But sometimes smaller-scale ideas can be just as productive, as in the area of personal or family Bible study.
This is something that I have been thinking about for quite some time. Continue reading
My local paper has a series this week on “India 2.0,” which describes the transformation taking place in India due to the high tech boom there. Many are saying that parts of India could be the next Silicon Valley. But as I read the article my thoughts turned in a different direction, namely “How has the Internet affected the church?” Continue reading