Social media is helping us see that the Holy Spirit is much more unpredictable, subversive and playful than the church would usually like it to be, says the vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields in London in this sermon.
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It is possible to live alongside people and yet be strangers. How can we build relationships using technology and embodied experiences? asks a managing director at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
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Young people use images to connect to their peers, writes the director of the Duke Youth Academy. How can we use this method of communication to help young people grow in their faith?
A new version of the Congregational Resource Guide offers congregations a searchable database of high-quality resources. In this interview, the president of the Center for Congregations talks about how the CRG will expand the reach of his organization.
The Internet gives even small congregations the ability to offer vibrant adult education and formation programs, an Episcopal priest and founder of the online learning website ChurchNext.tv says in this interview.
Rather than lagging behind in the digital revolution, mainline Protestants should be leading the way, helping people embrace technology faithfully. Last in a series of articles on disruptive innnovation and what it means for the future of mainline Protestantism.
How should congregations respond to consumers’ changing behaviors?
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