Idea #1: Easter Devotions Mobile App

Saddleback Church (Lake Forest, California; one church with multiple locations) launched an Easter Devotions app during the month leading up to Easter. As church attenders there and Christians around the world enter Holy Week, this app is a great example of creatively using today’s mobile technology to provide... Read More

The Bible in America 2014 - State of the Bible

America is Still Generally Pro-BIble, but Bible Skeptics now Balance out the Bible Engaged

Younger Generation Leads the Way in Bible Skepticism; American Bible Society Releases Findings in Its Annual State of the Bible Report

— April 9, 2014 Press Release

After four years of research, American... Read More

How will the Internet Change after the United States Government Lets Go?

This blog has already mentioned the mid-March announcement by the United States government to transition the oversight of key Internet technical functions to the global community. That global community is closely related to Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a non-profit entity that’s been operational since 1998... Read More

.BIBLE Domain Names Discussion #2: Why This Matters

In collaboration with ChurchMag, this blog series opens up discussions about the new top-level domain for .BIBLE. Blog posts will be posted back-and-forth between the ChurchMag and the .BIBLE Blog, to make for a lively discussion that will help all of us better understand the impact, implications, challenges, and... Read More

Discussing the Future of the Internet this week

Discussions that are affecting the future of the Internet has just finished up this week at the ICANN49 Meeting in Singapore. These international meetings involve all kinds of people: businesses, government leaders, non-profit organizations, legal professionals, innovators, technical leaders, to name a few. A broad range of Internet-related topics... Read More