Digital Transformation of the Church? Why COVID19 has been good for the church

Digital Transformation of the Church? Why COVID19 has been good for the church

Over the years, the church has transformed in many ways, when we think back to the early church, we don’t necessarily see what we know of as church today. The thing about incremental change is that it allows people to adjust. Often the changes have been so subtle that one can barely notice..

  • Uncertainty

    Coronavirus has caused the deterioration of the very fabric that binds the global sporting world together. Entire ...

  • Change of seasons

    It’s autumn. The leaves are falling. The nights are cooler and lockdown (if you live in New Zealand) is moving from level 4 down to level 3. Life is slowly getting back to how things were before.

  • Change of seasons

    It’s autumn. The leaves are falling. The nights are cooler and lockdown (if you live in New Zealand) is moving from level 4 down to level 3. Life is slowly getting back to how things were before.

  • Thou shalt not kill

    Abortion has been a controversial topic with the new Zealand government with the recent bill passing which legalizes abortion right up until the birth of the child. But is the pro life belief outdated? Or is aborting a baby actually murder?

  • Getting along with the saints below: how to disagree as Christians

    This world does not know how to disagree well. I observe it on social media, print media, television, and between family members and friends.

  • Devotional time can be harmful

    As good Christians, we are often taught that we should have our daily devotional time, preferably in the morning before we get on with anything for the day. How do most of us conduct our devotions?

  • The absurdity of the Gospel

    Do you want to live your best life now? If you search within your heart and hear what the Spirit is calling you to give at a minimum donation of twice your weekly rent, then God (who we by perfect human reason and logic can prove exists) will abound in your bank account and toilet paper rolls.

  • We are not scared

    New Zealand’s nationwide bear hunt during the COVID-19 lockdown made headlines worldwide. In the front windows of our homes resided a soft toy bear, or two, or even three. Our bears may have been old childhood toys, homemade creations, family heirlooms or op-shop finds. All and any bears were welcome. 

  • The Journey of Mordecai Part 1

    Hello everyone, my name is Mordecai.

  • Am I allowed to miss church?

    We’re living in quite an unusual reality right now, aren’t we?

  • Take the gift: in life slowed down

    How did your sky look yesterday? Cloudy? Did it spit? Was there wind that tangled your laundry or a breeze that curled your hair? How about the colours? Was it as blue as blue can be, or as grey as a pebble? Grey as a Russian Blue?