Worship Tech

I always believed that HiTech can play a very important role in sprituality and religion. This is a win-win situation because if used correctly it can bring the benefits of religion and spirituality to people even in remote places and at convenient times. So I was pleased to see the trend outlined by Greg Sandoval in his piece where he points out:

An illustration of the market’s growing clout came this week at the National Association of Broadcasters 2006 electronic media conference. For the first time, NAB dedicated an exhibit area to tech and consumer electronics companies that are catering to churches.

The titles of some of the conference sessions included “Radio Frequency Interference & The Church Sound System,” “Worship Software to Expand Your Media Presentation” and “Microphones & Religious Applications.”

And this is only for one religion.

5 thoughts on “Worship Tech

  1. web designer

    “This is a win-win situation because if used correctly it can bring the benefits of religion and spirituality to people even in remote places and at convenient times.”
    I am totally agree with you. It matters a lot, how you use it. Great post, inspiring thoughts. Thanks.

  2. Tony Parker

    Hi Ramesh,

    I fully agree. The visual and audio of Worship Service creates a more impacting and engaging experience. It has been my passion since 2002 when I was director of IT for a large 5000+ Church in San Diego.

    I even started a blog on Worship Software for ministries around the world.

    Blessings,
    Tony Parker

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