Christianity 2.0 and Christianity 3.0!

The web has undergone many changes since the days of it’s infancy. The social networking revolution, otherwise known as Web 2.0 has changed the lives of many people worldwide. We all are now familiar with blogs, wikis, online videos, friends’ lists, and much of the new jargon that has been created by the social networking revolution. These changes have taught all of us the power of networks. Many online communities have brought about tangible change in our society. When will the church of Jesus Christ harness the power of these technological advancements?

The church should use some of these technological advancements to further the cause of Christ. We should forsake turning to the weekly Church Gossip Columns that litter the Christian Blogosphere! You know the ones that only bash other believers. Let’s use our time online to network and foster interaction between believers across the globe. The exchange of ideas that benefit the Kingdom of God, through the networking of believers on the Internet should be one of the church’sprimary goals . What works in Atlanta may just work in Memphis and vice versa. Let’s fulfill the Great Commission through Web 2.0 and the coming Web 3.0.

Pastor Stephen F. Smith

Stephen F Smith.Org

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4 Responses

  1. WHO WILL REPLACE THE LATE G.E. PATTERSON AS PASTOR OF HIS CHURCH?

  2. Supt. Milton Hawkins is the new Pastor!

  3. I agree with your assessment and vision. I believe Jesus has given us an unprecedented opportunity that can only be understood in the biblical context of the time we are living in—the very last days. How else would we have known the extent of the persecuted churches in the 10/40 window of the world? How would we have known the desperate need for Bibles in China, Africa and other poorer nations?

    The increasing presence of Christians on the Internet signals one thing, the Lord is coming and what are we really doing to assure THIS Gospel shall be preached in all the world for a witness…in this last hour. I do not want to come off as pessimistic, but it appears the Church on the Internet will end up reflecting the state of our brick and mortar Church rather than the needed discernment of how close it is to Midnight.

  4. Amen,
    we as children of the Most High God should love and support our brothers and sister in these last days, no matter what we are going through, because if any member of the body of our Lord Jesus, go’s through we all go through, so we should pull together now and be strong in God

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