Over the past couple of Wednesday nights, I have been teaching in a series that I have given the title, “Discipleship In a Digital Age.”  We’ve been taking a serious look at how our faith should impact our online habits and our use of technology.

With the rise of the digital age, church leaders must be careful to disciple people on how their faith intersects with technology use.  The gospel impacts every area of our lives.  It isn’t simply limited to our eternity; there is an application to tech use.  Digital devices are neutral—neither good nor bad.  They can be used for good and helpful purposes that glorify God.  Yet we know that they can also be used for sinful purposes.  

Technology isn’t intrinsically good, nor is it inherently evil; it can and must be used in ways that honor and glorify God.