We always have the tendency to jump into new methodologies and opportunities without considering the potential consequences.
As we engage in digital ministry and mission, what are some of the questions that our future selves would wish we asked? What if we could pre-ask them and engage in digital ministry and mission with a more reflective posture from the beginning.
To address this, I wrote a chapter in a newly released ebook, “On Mission Vol. 5.” My chapter is entitled, “A Reflective Pathway to a Digital Missiology.”
Download the book for free using the following link.
One of my personal Covid projects was writing and illustrating a children’s book.
When my kids were young, we would go on an annual vacation to the mountains (Kananaskis) and I would regale them with stories about Dingo the Dinosaur and Chippy the Squirrel. The stories were improvised, fun, ridiculous, and always had some kind of lesson to them. Now that all my kids are adults, I wanted to write them a physical book (with a VERY limited print run) as a reminder of those days with a timely and important lesson about friendship.
Although written for my kids, I thought it might also be an encouragement to you. Covid has interrupted our relationships and I think we all need to be reminded of the gift of friendship, especially in seasons when life unravels and tangles us up.
Here is the free pdf version (for the best experience, view and read it full screen). Feel free to share it with whoever might find it helpful and meaningful.