Johnny Markin discusses the role of technology in the church and its impact on worship. He reflects on how churches have used different forms of technology throughout history, such as hymnals and prayer books after the invention of the Gutenberg Press. He also mentions earlier debates over musical instruments in worship.
Markin reminds us that as technology continues to develop, like AI, it’s essential for churches to decide how to use it wisely. He emphasizes that when people gather for worship, technology should be used to serve and enhance their experience rather than control or distract from it. In conclusion, he encourages focusing on equipping believers with the tools they need for effective ministry, ensuring that people remain more important than production.