A good friend to MMM, Ricky Cadden, had recently posted the question of if we are on the verge of the first computer (PC) free generation? Ignoring for a minute those persons whom their mobile phone is their first (and usually only) PC, this does seem to be a viable question.
One of parts to answering this question hits at the core of MMM’s approach to understanding life at the intersection of faith and mobile technology. It is not enough to use mobile as a part of your maturing spiritual life, but to understand and lead others towards understanding the implications of such a life.
So, with that backdrop, here’s a question to the MMM audience:
What are some of the implications to spiritual growth within faith-based communities when computing and communication have gone completely mobile and portable?