Today, we have looked at the good and the ugly at the intersection of the interwebs and the church. Now it’s time for the silly.
Day: March 9, 2012
Jake Dell thinks about thing that the mainline churches can do together right now which will deepen our reach and improve how we communicate our Gospel message.
News of The Lord’s Resistance Army, its leader, Joseph Kony, and their brutal tactics, including using kidnapped children as soldiers have been around for years. This week a video and an intense social media campaign brought the story to life in a big way.
The Episcopal Church’s Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music has released excerpts from its “I Will Bless You, and You Will Be a Blessing: Resources for Blessing Same-Gender Relationships,” report, including the text of its proposed rite of blessing.
Religious websites have been the target of denial-of-service attacks or outright vandalism. Yesterday the official website for the Vatican was knocked off the air with other sites carrying messages claiming it was work of a loose-knit group known as “Anonymous.”
I remember a period of about three weeks one summer when I got into the zone playing tennis.
As the Fifth Instrument, Companion Relationships reinforce our relationships as family around the Communion. We might simply take for granted that we are in covenant with each other even without a word being written, a synod taking a vote or an archbishop making a declaration, a signature being affixed.