Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Really, it was just a matter of time before something like this turned up.
Yeah, text message your pastor during the sermon. I try to save my cutting remarks and high praise for when I shake the guy's hand at the end of the Divine Service. But, hey. People have short memories and even shorter patience these days.
The pastor of this church likes it: "It becomes much more of a dialogue."
Yes, synergism in action, the modern American church.
I'm thinking: why not take it a step further? Cut the pastor out of the equation, paste a "Sermon Topic" up on the big screen in front, and let the congregation text message their ideas and input for all to enjoy. It would give final expression to what people really want: Everybody A Pastor. That's what The Priesthood of All Believers means, doesn't it??
HT: Get Religion