Digital StrategyWhat if you could keep you church doors open 24/7?
Engaging a connected world
One of the most intriguing things Jesus did over and over again was meet people right where they were. Sometimes that pushed cultural boundaries, and it most definitely pushed the frontiers of first century traditions.
Today, we live in a social, digital, technological, tweet-able, shareable, connected world. Your experiences and relationships play out in different ways than they once did. Their point of origin, where they gain depth, and how they form our faith are no longer confined to a physical time and place. We believe this is an asset, an opportunity, and a holy challenge for the Church today.
Posts on Digital Faith Formation
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Our Partner for Digital Strategies, Jared Rendell, is speaking today at an incredible digitally-focused conference hosted by Saint Joseph's Educational Center and St. Boniface Catholic Church. It is called Digital Discipleship in a New Media Culture. Check it out!...read more
We're taking a more conversational look at 6 intersections of digital media and vibrant ministry. You can read the whole series here. Our last post in this series is focused on "digital discipleship." Our call to both be and make disciples is clear. In fact,...read more
We're taking a more conversational look at 6 intersections of digital media and vibrant ministry. You can read the whole series here. We're exploring "digital theology" today in part 5. I asked a few pastors for their definitions of that term for me - "theology." I...read more