Before 1993, let’s say, almost none of us had ever heard of the Internet. Then, bang! Within a few years almost every one of us sported an e-mail address. We no longer send letters, we send e-mail. We’re learning how to “google” people so that we know something about them. We have Wikipedia to get information on almost anything. There’s eBay to buy and sell. We make our travel plans on Expedia or Travelocity or other sites. We buy our books on Amazon. We blog, we send photos of our grandchildren, and we download our music to our iPods. All this within a matter of three to four years. Jack Welch, the former CEO of GE,” wrote somewhere, ‘When the rate of change inside an organization is slower than the rate of change outside an organization, the end [of that organization] is in sight.” Certainly this change is a massive challenge to the church. But Jesus Christ is the same today, yesterday and forever. Invite someone to take a closer look at Christ and his church.