Why do churches need to 'be online', taking time from other activities? What might be the purpose? Hear full programme from just after 730am, Sunday 19th October, or sign up for the workshop, or the youth worker's workshop.
Thanks to Ian Black for spotting this, and passing it onto me. Presbyterian Herald Magazine has a circulation of 12-13k in N. Ireland apparently:
A piece written for Sunday Star Times, one of New Zealand's largest newspapers.
Recorded this morning :-) I'm on Starbucks wifi, so I'll have to listen later… find out more about the book.
Had a good email conversation with Quentin the other week, and here's some of the results: In days gone by, connecting on a large scale meant Christians having to meet in person, in conference centres or church halls. Now, Christians anywhere and everywhere can connect with each other online every day. A virtual community has built up around the Bible thanks to The Big Bible Project, which currently has 60 active contributors and has around…