“If I must be silent about these things, then I’m not free … I would rather die than to be so fearful that I never lived.”
– Gianna Jessen (abortion survivor and advocate for life)
As Local Outreach Pastor during the COVID19 pandemic, the church is faced with new challenges when it comes to connecting and serving people. . Think about the elderly widow who is isolated but she has a smart phone. She may not be aware of the capabilities at her fingertips. The objective is to help you help others connect face to face using technology.
Call tree is simple, low-tech way to needs in your community at a time when we are forced to limit our human contact due to social distancing due to COVID19
Alone Together. Is there any better way to describe this moment in history? The wave of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic spreads across the globe, we isolate
Google makes profits by collecting, organizing and manipulating personal data of billions of people we need to understand potential threats and risks
I think the best way to understand “What Google is actually doing” is to see Google is in the “thought-shaping” business.
If Google and other powerful technology platforms are “listening or tracking” you or to put another way, “gathering data on users”, we have to ask “why?” What is the purpose?
Many people feel alientation and lonliness in this cultural moment. We must do something about this dangerous new religion called ‘Alientation’
What does it mean to be human? This is a worldview question and depending on one’s worldview, will render different answers.
MLK Jr.’s “Letter From Birmingham Jail” continues to be relevant in our cultural moment. His words challenge the church to embrace it’s full purpose.