by: Steven Robinson
----------The Zoombie Apocalypse----------
Who ever thought the Covid-19 Stay-at-Home Order would last this long? I certainly didn’t. Now it looks like we are looking at the end of the month at the earliest before we will be able to start gathering together again. As a result, many new innovations are being utilized in order to be connected and isolated at the same time. As necessity is the mother of invention it still has to do battle with trying to teach an old dog new tricks. If I had my way, I would probably still have a flip phone if I had one at all. It still takes me about 3 minutes to generate a simple text so calling and talking is still faster and more efficient for me.
But what does a church do that is full off olds dogs (referring to myself only), I have to learn new tricks. I have updated our Google listing, discovered Zoom, with the help of Ron, built a website, learned how to post video though Vimeo, and started posting on Facebook. My head is about to explode. If you’re under the age of 30, don’t laugh. You will be there one day, probably trying to figure out how to edit holograms or beaming a sandwich to you bedside so you don’t miss Jimmy Fallon on TV.
So what’s next? My guess is the Zoombie Apocalypse. That’s right, it’s closer than you think. I would like to try and get as many church folks from Bethel to get onto Zoom on Wednesday nights so we can be connected and isolated at the same time. We will have a short devotional and spend a few moments seeing each other’s faces and sharing with one another. Let me know if you would be interested. Email me so I can get your Email addresses correct then we will set a time. firstname.lastname@example.org Acts 2:12, 13.
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