Digital pastor

Steve gives some examples.

I kind of like the idea. What it does is forces us to change the way we think about technology. It is simply no longer 'just support to ministry', because ministry 'goes on in the real world'. Technology is a part of communication and relationships. It is now a fundamental part of ministry.

I think many churches need to wake up and stop putting technology into the 'that's nice but it doesn't really matter' camp.