When the church faces challenges or experiences difficulties, those are the times that our God shows off.

We canceled church, so we could’ve just packed it in and slept in and never even considered leaning in. (Don’t be mad, I know you shouldn’t end a sentence with a preposition, but it rhymed)

Instead, we faced the problem head on and came up with a solution. I gathered the team and we came up with a solution that looked snow storm Titan in the face and said “stick it!”

We are still moving forward. As a result, we hosted our first online church experience. Pretty cool!

It was fun and exciting to think outside the box. I have heard from many of you that were thrilled that this option was available.

I even ran into a couple at Starbucks, who don’t attend our church, but were snowed in Sunday and looking for a way to still “go to church”. They told me that they found us online and watched from the comfort of their own home. Crazy!
You may be picking up what I am throwing down at this point. If not, here it is in a nutshell: there are people in this world who may never darken the door of our physical location (currently Ronnie’s 20 Cine), but perhaps would be open to listen to the gospel because of the technological delivery system called online church.

In other words, we live in age where there are no longer borders to the delivery of the gospel to people.

We are living at a time in history that we can reach people across the street, or across the world with the click of a button. The possibilities are endless; the impact massive. I get excited just writing this down!

We must rethink church.

We must advance the kingdom of God using new and innovative ways.

We must leverage technology for kingdom impact.

God is on the move and I don’t want to miss this train. How about you?


Pastor Daniel