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It's not many times I come across posts that really stir in my heart that cause a chain reaction, but I felt compelled to write.

Technology isn't the issue.... the people are..... Money isn't the problem, but the love of money is... The point is simple.... It's simply a tool or resource... we determine the use whether good or bad.

To go as far to be combative over old school and new school is completely irrelevant. There are pro's and con's to both. I would say take the good from both and marry them together.

Our God is the most creative in all the universe... He gave man the wisdom for our technology. We preach from both the OT & NT.... there is a reason for that. We need both. We can't swing from one extreme to the next, but in many cases we do.

Our culture is ever changing and growing as we should be in Christ. Instead of fighting the change, we should harness it and lead by example. A mobile app could be like one more bobber in the water. You never know who it can impact or reach on a global scale. As a marketer adaptability is key with growth. I would see a lot of value with having a mobile app.

In the end we can't control how the tool or resource will be used, but if it can be used to connect 1 person to who our Lord and Savior is,then I believe it was wor



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