I wish I could like this post several times over. Please take the time to read this post on the value of our virtual ministries. Thank you, Tami, for reblogging Pastor Ledoux’s full-throated endorsement of our work here online, to fill and be fulfilled, to bless and to be blessed.
I want to take a little time to get personal and share with you some things that I have learned through experience and time and especially the last couple of years working with so many wonderful people on the internet.
I have been told many times by some peers and family, many of them well-meaning, but just lacking understanding, that internet ministry is just a hobby. They tell me that at the most it can be a tool used to get people involved in your “real” church. Of course what they mean is what I like to call the “brick and mortar” church.
The thing that I have found to be true though and especially working so diligently with so many of who have ministry on the world-wide-web is that the “real” church is right here! I don’t mean in the traditional sense of course, but the real church has
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