Posted by Craig Borlase on 2 August 2013

We’ve all been there… just about to hit the sweet spot of Thine Be The Glory when you notice someone hunched over their touchscreen, face palely illuminated, fingers wagging. You just know that it’s not a matter of extreme urgency. So what do you do?

Have you ever asked someone to stop? 

Have you ever got people to use their phones as a tool for worship?

Or do you simply ignore it?

What works... and what doesn't?

 

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