We live in a world where a lot of old ways of doing things have changed or are moving to new methods that are faster, easier and safer. When’s the last time you made a trip to the post office or video rental store? I couldn’t tell you the last time I wrote a check. Landline phones are a thing of the past with everyone carrying around hand-held technology that used to fill entire rooms and send rockets to the moon. But all these technology changes didn’t happen overnight, and they don’t get 100% acceptance without a lot of learning and comfort building. They finally take hold when the realization settles in that they really are better.
Churches are no different; historically they have been the institutions slowest to embrace changes in technology. This is partially due to budget constraints and the difficulty of replacing aging equipment or processes. However,