This blog post is the inauguration of a new stage for Theological Design. This new stage is both technical and ideological and I am really excited about the direction in which we are going. The physical changes to theological design are pretty simple. As you will have noticed with this post, this blog has moved from www.theologicaldesign.com to blog.theologicaldesign.com. This changeover is to make room for a new website that will be the landing page for theologicaldesign.com. Theologicaldesign.com will now be a resource website where you can find all sorts of information and resources related to the church's use of technology.
On the ideological front, I have completely revamped my statement on theological design. This statement is my ideological understanding of the way that the church has incorporated technology in the past and what they need to effectively incorporate technology in the future. I have completely started from scratch and tried to give an accurate and concise statement of what I currently believe. This statement will continue to change and grow over time as I continue to study and work with churches.
My goal for this site and for Theological Design in general is to be useful to churches. I am happy to help out in any way I can. If you are looking for some information I would be happy to research and write a post to help you out. If you have a particular book you would like for me to review, I would be happy to do so. If you want help starting a "technology ministry" I would be happy to consult and share whatever info and insights I can. Please don't hesitate to contact me and let me know how I can be of use to you.