Today on The Techology Show:

Dr. Jo Anne Lyon  – @JoAnneLyonGS

Heath Mullikin –

Anthony Casey –

Matthew Tietje –

Dr. Jo Anne Lyon Interview

Books we Mentioned:

The Triumph of Christianity

Adopted for Life

What they Didn’t Teach You in Seminary





“We left the boxes in the village. Closed. Taped shut. No instruction, no human being. I thought, the kids will play with the boxes! Within four minutes, one kid not only opened the box, but found the on/off switch. He’d never seen an on/off switch. He powered it up. Within five days, they were using 47 apps per child per day. Within two weeks, they were singing ABC songs [in English] in the village. And within five months, they had hacked Android. Some idiot in our organization or in the Media Lab had disabled the camera! And they figured out it had a camera, and they hacked Android.”

Nicholas Negroponte at MIT Technology Review’s EmTech conference explaining what happened when boxed tablets were intentionally left in an Ethiopian village for kids to explore if they so desired.


“When trust is gone and when there is a leak in the integrity and character of a person, the explosion is quick and even startling. What has taken a lifetime of hard work to build disintegrates swiftly with an act of immorality, an act of indiscretion. You sacrifice your integrity, lose your credibility, and forfeit the right to lead.”

Dr. Jack Graham Pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church in a his article How to guard from sexual sin.

SOURCE: The Christian Post

“Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Florida has actually banned people under 18 from attending their Sunday morning services because if they did allow it, their minister, a convicted sex offender, would not be allowed to preach, since he would then be a sex offender in regular proximity to minors.”

Sheldon Cooper blogging about how children are banned from the morning worship service so Darrell Gilyard, a convicted child sex offender can preach on Sunday mornings.

SOURCE: The Ramblings of Sheldon

“I don’t think having some guys taking their clothes off and hanging out seven days a week at Castro and Market Street is really what San Francisco is about. I think it’s a caricature of what San Francisco is about,”

Castro District Supervisor Scott Wiener who has introduced a proposal that would make it illegal for a person over the age of 5 to “expose his or her genitals, perineum or anal region on any public street, sidewalk, street median, parklet or plaza” or while using public transit.


Coming up

November 27, 2012 Phil Stevenson

The Ripple Church: Multiply Your Ministry by Parenting New Churches

December 11, 2012 John Croft “The Jesus Film”

February 12, 2013 Steve Corbett

When Helping Hurts