Following on from the piece in the Church Times the other week in a ‘post-pandemic’ world, I engaged in an online webinar – it was split into two halves, and I’m in the first half:
I was commissioned to write a piece on technology and the church for the Church Times, for the post-pandemic special. The article starts: IT HAS been fascinating to watch long-running debates about the use of technology go mainstream. There have been heated online discussions about the importance of church buildings. Alongside weekly services, weddings and ordinations have been cancelled, funerals can be attended only by […]
My name has been flagged up as appearing in the Church Times this week, in an article by Rev Simon Cook: This is to ignore the fact that the way we live “in the world” is becoming more digital, like it or not: work, social interaction, banking, shopping, and even medical appointments have increasingly moved […]
Find the full article online, and see more about the book Raising Children in a Digital Age.
An extract from the article: That said, finding a use for my cartooning skills here has been incredibly difficult. It feels as if most cartoons, especially those involving any comparison between aspects of life in Uganda and the UK, would be inappropriate. Although, perhaps, a better cartoonist would manage it. There is plenty of humour […]