There can be little doubt that, as Jay Y. Kim has written, in a digital age we will still need an “analog church”—real people, real places, and real things. The digital revolution does not mean we have stopped being humans with real needs. But the reality is that the only way to continue the human interaction and transformation the church uniquely provides is to bridge the digital divide.
It will take the digital to both maintain and, in areas where it is desperately needed…
… call people to the physical.
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