Text: Acts 1:6-14; 1 Peter 4:12-14; 5.6-11; John 17:1-11
There have been several articles written about the extra work that Zoom and these other platforms force us to do. In a Zoom meeting, you are always on; we don’t have the natural, comfortable breaks in conversation that happen in physical gatherings; we are pressured to fill them because we are always looking at each other. And yet, in all that time we are never making eye contact—that simple, powerful connection between two people. There are other body language cues that we miss across cyberspace, as well, and our brains end up working overtime trying to read the people on the screen as we naturally would in real life.