Churches use apps, websites and social networking to extend their reach

by | Apr. 25, 2012

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Churches in America are stepping up their efforts to reach out to people by using ultra-modern tools that reflect the direction most Americans are already going. USA Today reports that believers have historically been early adopters of the latest technology to reach beyond the four walls of church buildings.

From the printing press to the radio and television to iPhone apps, religion is working to keep up with how people communicate. Some churches have even rejected a traditional brick-and-mortar type of centralized location, opting instead for Internet-only gatherings.

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