Today, while catching up on some of the blogs and forums I follow, I read an interesting thread.
“spotted! my pastor at church uses his playbook as his bible during his sermon. im not sure if he is using notes or the bible app , either way playbook has made it to the pulpit. AMEN”
I had to smile, as I’ve been using my HP TouchPad religiously (pun intended) on Sunday mornings ever since I received it a few months ago. I’ve even used it in a wedding ceremony. I’ve found it to be a great ministerial help, so much so that I’m sure I’ll blog about it at some point. As it stands, I can’t imagine going back to paper notes.
Having said that, I want to share one of the comments someone posted to that thread. Bear in mind, virtually all of the replies (135 at last count) were overwhelmingly positive.
“Using a tablet in church seems a little over the top, even for pastors. Seriously, I doubt that God is amused...”
I’m wondering why the author of this comment feels this way. Thoughts, anyone?