A few days ago, Mark Zuckerberg announced the transition of their company, Facebook to Metaverse. The purpose of this transition and name change is because the company believes there is more that humans can experience when it comes to connecting with each other. When we started to interact from different places, it began with voice calls and text messages. And then came the rise of smartphones and we transitioned into instant messaging, photos, and now videos. So the development of this new ‘universe’ Facebook is co-creating with other developers and technologists called Meta is set to create an even more realistic connection experience. Meaning, from the comfort of your space, with the use of technologies like hologram, you can be present at your office meetings, board rooms, church services and experience what those present in the room physically are experiencing.
As I watched the visual representation of this evolving technology, I was excited. Excited first at the possibilities that are available if we can just imagine. As I thought about what this major transition for Mark’s company is, I began to think of how this affects or influences the social presence of Churches and other Faith-based ventures. The biggest question for me was, “How can we leverage this technological transition so the Church can reach more people?”
In this podcast I’m going to highlight the things that became glaring to me through Facebook’s transition story, how it affects us and what we can do to be better for the Kingdom.
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