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Technology should not transform ministry, but rather do the things that people don’t have to do so they can do what they do best.

Samuel Boehlke

Samuel Boehlke is a student at Concordia University Wisconsin studying Mass Communication, with a special interest in politics, education, and how communities communicate. A lifelong member of Pilgrim Lutheran Church, UAC, LCMS, Sam has always loved helping churches, members, and pastors feel more peaceful about their engagement in the wild world of “the web.” He firmly believes that bringing the Church into the powerful amplification provided by the internet’s interconnections is one of the best uses of God’s gifts to share His Word in service to all our neighbors.

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The Internet and the Church: In It, Not of It

By Samuel Boehlke | Nov 11, 2022 6:30:00 AM

“I think [social media] is evil,” a friend told me this morning. I don’t think this is an uncommon view, especially with the people I typically spend time around. Pastors and parishioners alike tend to have one of two views: modern mass media was brought straight from hell, or the internet is the only way to save dying churches. There are surely other viewpoints in the mix, but generally, these two dominate the discussion.

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