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This week's "The Week Ahead", the news service provided by the Methodist Connexion, draws our attention to an article from the BBC that looks how Christians are expressing their faith through the digital medium.... "Many Christians are going online with apps and memes to express their faith. This article from the BBC considers how technology and the rise of smart phones are changing how churches communicate".

To see the article, please click on this link http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170222-how-smartphones-and-social-media-are-changing-religion?utm_source=Methodist%20Church%20House&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=8036388_305%20Week%20Ahead%2002%2F03%2F17

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