An anti-diversity memo from a dissident Google employee reveals much about how the Church operates as well.
Why people oppose new technologies can also be applied to why they resist novel ways of thinking about God.
It is not a rigid underlying belief system that leads to unity, but rather our works lead to unity in a diverse belief structure.
Figuring out a light touch for technology in traditional worship.
How can I better manage friend requests from church members at the church I am moving to? For Pastors active on Facebook who are going into new ministry contexts, this two-part seeks to provide resources for this question.
Should I unfriend the church members from my old church I am moving from? For Pastors active on Facebook who are going into new ministry contexts, this two-part series seeks to provide resources for the question.
As churches begin to use facial recognition software to track attendance, what’s next for personalized worship experiences?
The bundled nature of traditional Christian beliefs renders them easier to picture than Progressive Christian beliefs which require more reframing. Will the resurgent DIY culture of the Internet change the game?
What the Pope’s encyclical on climate change and the terrorism in Charleston have in common is a revealing of the ways how humanity hasn’t figured out what to do with the waste and the harmful by-products of our systems of life together.
Research on fonts yields one font that binds all the others.