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Annus Virtualis (“Here comes everybody”)

Annus Virtualis (“Here comes everybody”). Our job as messengers of the gospel, is to speak in whatever language the culture is speaking.”. Super informasie (- die tegno siening!). Virtuele realiteite. Doug Estes, SimChurch (2009:)

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Annus Virtualis (“Here comes everybody”)

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  1. Annus Virtualis (“Here comes everybody”)

  2. Our job as messengers of the gospel, is to speak in whatever language the culture is speaking.”

  3. Super informasie (- die tegno siening!)

  4. Virtuele realiteite Doug Estes, SimChurch (2009:) “A virtual world is a created space where people can interact as if in the real world, but through some type of technological medium.”

  5. Facebook = “home” Jessy Rice (The Church of Facebook): “Home is where we keep all the stuff that matters most to us” “Home is wherever we find family” “Home is where we feel safe because we can control the environment” “Home is where we can ‘just be ourselves’”

  6. Net Geners Don Tapscott (Grown up Digital, 2009): “They prize freedom and freedom of choice. They want to customize things, make them their own. They’re natural collaborators, who enjoy a conversation, not a lecture. They’ll scrutinize you and your organization. They insist on integrity. They want to have fun, even at work and at school. Speed is normal. Innovation is part of life.”

  7. Visualiteitas ‘n brein-knik

  8. “We-thinkers”

  9. Egte konnektiwiteit?!

  10. Spieel en skaduwee: digitale geloof ‘Diep geestelik Weerkaatser; geloof ondersteuner “oldtime religion = nou ook “online religion” “Online faith” versus “faith online”

  11. “...stuck on the print autopilot?” Stephenson (Web-Empower your Church, 2006): “Most people in church leadership positions know very little about internet ministry.”

  12. Die vraag is toe nie “Staan media in die pad van die boodskap?” nie, maar “which forms of communication do we believe are worthy of communicating the gospel?” (Len Wilson, The Wired Church 2.0, 2009).

  13. The technology gaps by generation were impressive.....

  14. digitale bediening “Improve church communication quickly, easily and inexpensively Empower lay volunteers for active participation Minister lay people at any time and in any place Allow your sermons, devotions, and Bible studies to continue to minister for years to come Expand your ministry to reach people around the world.”

  15. Media... “ Media as the arts Media as information Media as mission or evangelisation. Media as cultural language.

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