Posted by Barry Westman on 10 August 2016

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past few months, you have probably heard about Pokémon Go – the game that is taking the world by storm. Based on the popular video game of the ‘90s, this mobile version gets players out of their house and leads them to various points of interest around their town to capture renegade Pokémon and store up on Poke balls and other items. What does this have to do with church and worship, you might ask?  Well, quite a bit actually, considering that pretty much every church in your town, including yours, probably, is either a Poke stop or a Poke gym.  This means that random people from your community will be coming to your church to play this game. Since it is a GPS-based game, people actually have to be within a short distance from your church in order for them to be...

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