I had a scary thought this morning. For all of us techie, early adopter, and internet civvies – what would we do if somehow we were lifted out of our life in modern society and transplanted 100 years ago (circa 1908)? Doesn’t that make you shudder?
Here’s what I’d be doing…
[photo from public.resource.org]
This post was published as an article in the “Connections” magazine which is a periodical put out by the Western Ontario District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (with whom I hold my credentials). I publish a regular column for this magazine called “Tech Pass”. If you are visiting this post from that article please leave a comment at the end!
Hopefully by now, most of you reading this post have heard the term blog and have some idea of what it is. If not, then its time to get away from the monastery for a bit
The simplest definition of a blog is that it is a place on the internet where an individual publishes their thoughts. When blogging first started it was viewed as the online scribbling of people with too much time on their hands people writing about what they eat for lunch or their cat, Scratchy. However, blogging has become a journalistic phenomenon worldwide that is even beginning to overtake printed media and large news organizations as the purveyor of ideas, news reports, and articles.
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Why I think every church and pastor should blog…
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