For better or for worse, most people today have a “marriage” relationship with technology. According to the International Telecommunications Union, 86.6 percent of those in the developed world (53.6 percent worldwide) are internet users.1 This has certainly influenced our world and our churches. Most Millennial and Gen X Christians agree that although digital interactions have made sharing their faith easier, meaningful conversations about spiritual matters are hindered due to the busyness technology has created.2 Our goal for developing leaders, locally and globally, is to create focused ministry tools that offer practical training and motivation to move forward in their callings.
1 Itu.int/en/ITU-D/Statistics/Pages/stat/default.aspx (accessed May 13, 2020).
2 Barna.com/research/evangelism-in-a-digital-age-aninfographic/ (accessed May 13, 2020).
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