There’s so much opposition to technology.
But then you encounter a story like this:
It was unbelievable,” Miller said, “because it wasn’t just a few people watching the wedding because they couldn’t be there in person. In Detroit we had 300 people in a hotel ballroom; I officiated the wedding and then there was a reception. … In Israel, the grandparents invited over 100 people. They had their own reception hall, they set up huge movie screens and they live-streamed the whole thing. With the time difference, they partied until four in the morning.
The article title read, “iPhone apps redefine religious worship.”
Are we going to be a part of this redefining or let others redefine the way technology will integrate into worship for us?