Religion has always taught us to be kind, selfless and loving to one another. From Christianity to Hinduism and Islam to Judaism, the main underlying message of these religions is to love others and treat each other with respect and equality.
The fact is that religion has not always embraced the rise in technology and the internet. Pastor Drury from the Garfield Park Community Church in Santa Cruz has noticed that his church and others alike tend to run away from technology as it tends to disconnect us from each other more than anything else.
The DeeditForward app presents an opportunity to use technology as a way to connect back with our communities. And what better way to connect with people in your neighborhood than by doing a good deed for them, or by providing an opportunity for them to do a good deed for you?
That is exactly the opportunity that Pastor Drury has seen with the DeeditForward app. He supports the app because of its ability to practice the values of his church within his community. See a snippet of Pastor Drury’s sermon on the DeeditForward app below.