TallSkinnyKiwi has a really interesting post The WiFi Enabled Church, posts like this really get me thinking about so many possibilities for church and ministry, so many tools, so many possibilities. The problem being that having these tools is fine for churches and communities that have the £, $, €. But what about churches in poor communities, can wifi be a realistic possibility when no one has the tec to connect and take advantage of the possibilities? Or maybe these churches should provide the tec so that there communities can access the church from an education point of view and start to bridge the tec gap…

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