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AT&T Inspired Mobility

Do you follow along in church by reading or taking notes on your tablet or smartphone? While you’re at it, do you tweet inspirational quotes from the sermon to your followers? You’re not alone. According to a survey sponsored by AT&T and conducted in collaboration with Ebony Magazine, more than 90 percent of respondents believed that mobile technology has a place in church. 

 

From the way you do church, shop, date, read or write – today, mobile technology touches your life in more ways than ever before. This is what AT&T’s new campaign Inspired Mobility is all about.

 

AT&T consultant and spokesperson for Inspired Mobility, Jason Caston introduced the campaign at the 7th Annual Blogging While Brown conference in New York City during his AT&T-sponsored closing session, Trending Topics in Tech: Faith in a Mobile World.  Jason is also the digital platform and innovation specialist for T.D. Jakes Ministries and founder of the iChurch Method – a five part process to advancing your faith organization online.

 

“Inspired Mobility is a two-fold conversation about how people use mobile devices to expand and enhance their personal and spiritual lives, and how they stay connected with their houses of worship using technology,” said Jason.

 

This national conversation of mobility comes from the idea that no matter who you are or where you come from, your life is becoming more connected and interactive than ever – including your worship experience.

 

Are you down with bridging the gap between faith and technology? Check out the video below of Concord Church in Dallas to see how it uses technology to inspire and connect with its community. Join the conversation and share your experience online with AT&T by using the hashtag #InspiredMobility.

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