Meditations (Web)Church

A year (and a bit) in the life of NewSpring's first Web pastor

What about the one-anothers on the web?

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I dropped this note on the blog of my good friend, Nathan Edwards, who I met through this blog and the NewSpring Web Campus.

“One-anothering is the essence of church as the body of Christ … I think there’s a lot of traditional physical churches that are resisting innovation on the web because they worry that the one-anothering will be harmed. My view is that they have an outsized and unrealistic understanding of how much one-anothering can or will people do in person these days, and an undersized and equally unrealistic view of the possibilities of one-anothering online.” Comment on “Why the web church sometimes does church better.”

Discuss.

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Written by NickCharalambous

June 4, 2009 at 9:49 am

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  1. Thanks for the link Nick.

    I think its definitely true with the rise of social media that one-anothering has become more about what the web is about for many people. Opportunities for ministry are increased and prayer requests get through quicker!

    Nathan Edwards

    June 4, 2009 at 10:43 am


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