Sep 08 2019 • Dan Kent, David Morrow, Greg Boyd, Osheta Moore
In the past we dreamed of a future with jet packs, hover cars and robots. But few people imagined technologies like the internet and social media. They’ve transformed and improved our lives, but some things can get more complicated and confusing too. In our Interfaces sermon series, we’ll explore the potentials and pitfalls of online life and look at what it means to be Kingdom people in our digital world.
Sermons in this series:
Why do we keep participating in social media even when it is not good for us? This week, David goes into three big reasons why we are drawn in, and what it could look like to live faithfully to the gospel in our hyperconnected world.
Topics: Community, Culture, Spiritual Warfare
In this introductory message to our new series called Interface, which deals with a Christian’s role and interaction with technology, Greg walks through how we got to where we are, both as a human species as well as a Christian sub-culture. There is a general principle of proportionality that applies to all things including technology. It says a thing or person’s capacity for good is directly proportional to its capacity for evil. Greg walks through that exercise in counting the cost of our interaction with technology.
Topics: Controversial Issues, Individualism, Temptation