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Internet Ministry: Can the Church Effectively Gather Together Through the Internet?

As the internet grows more influential, its use in the church has increased as well. What are the benefits, as well of limitations, of doing church completely online? While its accessibility and ease of use may seem enticing to participate in a service from the comfort of your home, what is the effect of neglecting physical human interaction with other believers?

Join John Mark Reynolds of the Torrey Honors Institute and David Bourgeois, Associate Professor at Biola University’s Crowell School of Business as they enter this discussion of the role of the internet in ministry, and their predictions for where new media may be headed in the years to come.

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