Virtual Meetings and the Great Commission: Changing the Dynamics of Global Collaboration Among Christians

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A new crop of ministry tools is focused on bringing together Christian ministry leaders so that they can connect and communicate virtually even though they may be separated by great distances. This article by Dave Hackett and Michael Kaspar explores the benefits and challenges of these virtual tools on Great Commission collaboration.

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  1. SimonPeter

    I sincerely appreciate the article and the fact that technology has made the world more virtual and yes with stringent budgets its a blessing to meet online and make deliberations. The tools mentioned are indeed a disruption!! But even as we celebrate these new tools of doing mission and being the body of Christ, it should be noted that globalization and technological advancements creates ‘losers’ and ‘winners’. My take is that organizations and communities that have access to good internet connectivity can rejoice and make use of the new tools. But how about the majority of the 2/3 worlds who struggle with internet connectivity? How do we create equal tables in the era of technological innovations and advancements?

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