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Aug 24, 2018 | Daily Devotionals

7 Ways You Can Employ Technology To Grow Spiritually

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1. Schedule Times of Prayer, Fasting and Bible-Reading

One of the tools I have found to be helpful is the Calendar app for Mac and Google. Now I know some might still prefer traditional planners, but an electronic calendar can have its advantages such as automatic reminders and being able to share it with others with ease.

2. . Use a Bible Concordance or Commentary App

Physical concordances can be heavy and expensive. If you’re not the type to carry books around, there are now great Bible-reading tools available for very affordable costs in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

3. Join Online Communities That Encourage Spiritual Growth

Social media doesn’t always have to be idle. When we put an objective and goal into a community, it starts taking a direction. Take time to join a Facebook group or forum where you can share thoughts and insights.

4. Consume Media That Help You Understand The Bible More

There is a large database of YouTube channels, websites, online libraries and social media accounts that provide us with interactive media that help us appreciate and learn more about the Bible.

5. Share Your Faith on Social Media
As we continue to share our faith and the gospel to the lost, we continue to grow spiritually. Take the opportunity to tweet, share or post something that will edify others today.

6. Sign Up for Email Lists of Teachers, Pastors and Theologians

I know how “spammy” some email newsletters can get, but there is also a great deal of them that provide so much value. Sign up for email newsletters of preachers and pastors to get their encouragements regularly.

7. Subscribe to Blogs on Faith
Blogs are great resources for learning and revelation. There are tonnes of blogs that you can follow today from personalities to news publications. The best part about blogs is that most of them are free.

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