After reading Dr. Bruce Hartung’s May “Pressure Points,” I just had to make some comments.
Computers can be wonderful tools to get some things done. However, when they become the problem rather than the solution, they then need to be relegated to the background.
Personally, after 50 years in the Holy Ministry, I have pretty much chosen to be blissfully ignorant of most things a computer can do. I never had a problem with people complaining about me neglecting my duties of ministry to them. I not only had my huge parish to take care of, but as circuit counselor, chief trouble-shooter for three district presidents and thousands of hours of doing what a faithful pastor does, it meant 65-70 hours a week (none of it playing computer games).
Rev. Merlin L. Reith
Posted June 27, 2014