What started out as an idea for a simple network designed to provide easy information sharing within the academic environment, soon grew to incredible proportions and in just a decade’s time spread all over the world. For those of you that are puzzled by this definition, I am talking about the Internet of course.
There is no doubt that the Internet currently plays a major role in our society. People use it to watch their favorite shows, to shop for products online and even for work related tasks. However, if you ask me, the true power of the Internet comes from the fact that it can instantly allow us to reach out and communicate with anyone on the planet that’s also sitting behind a computer screen.
Furthermore, mobile devices are starting to resemble desktop computers in terms of computing power and Internet connection speeds so it is safe to say that some people are online all the time. As such, reaching out to millions and spreading ideas and concepts has become a matter of owning a webcam connected to a computer with Internet access.
It is my opinion that Churches should start streaming services to spread faith (streaming faith) and the word of the Lord all over the world. This is truly the most efficient way to touch others and it even surpasses television as anyone with a computer, tablet or even mobile phone can have access to the streaming content. This enables the faithful to watch services and important events online, regardless of their location.
The Internet is still growing, there is no doubt about this and as the process continues more and more people are getting Internet connections and learning how to use PCs and mobile devices. Also, connection speeds are increasing with each passing year and it won’t be long until people will rely solely on their PCs for information and for access to their favorite broadcasts.
If you think about it, there is almost endless potential here for spreading faith all over the globe. Moreover, live streams are easily set up, come with low costs and with absolutely no limitations in terms of broadcasting hours of duration.
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