So what happens when John Stuart posts his daily devotions on his blog, “Heaven’s Highway”?
People write to him from
Folks from his congregation say things like, “That’s not what I believe,” or “I never thought about that,” and conversations begin.
And, as an added bonus, a teacher from a local high school is having students download his sermon podcasts. The students are preparing for an upcoming production of the musical “Brigadoon,” and their teacher wants them to get it right.
“They’re copying my accent,” Stuart, pastor of Erin Church in
There is no blueprint to Web 2.0, but the simple truth is this. Presbyterians — like lots of other folks — are using Web-based technology more and more. They find it freeing, a doorway to discipleship, a way to creatively meld words and music and images and ideas.