In Revelation 3:2, we’re instructed to be watchful and to strengthen the things that remain. As Erika continues exploring various topics focused on strengthening churches for the “long haul,” she turns her attention to technology—specifically, the AI wave.
Can AI help churches strengthen the things that remain? Can leaders use to engage a culture that is attending church less?
Understanding this tool’s potential—and potential problems—s important for leaders who are thinking about the direction of their churches.
From scripture research to sermon prep, and worship music to holograms, AI offers numerous opportunities. Erika discusses them while offering important cautions from legal and risk management perspectives.
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