United Methodist practical theology is currently being lived out within cultural expressions associated with three distinct periods: the Industrial Age, the Information Age, and the emerging Augmented Age. Most of our churches commune within Industrial Age thinking – putting money in offering plates, registering worship attendance on a pew pad or registration card, and phone tree reminders for upcoming events. Fewer of our churches are living into Information Age thinking – online giving, QR codes for worship attendance, and texting or email services to share programmatic information. Fewer still are adopting the current cultural reality of the Augmented Age – auto draft from digital currency gains, geofencing campuses, or intuitive devotion technology. In this fun, interactive, and informative session, Matt Rawle will both detail why living into the Augmented Age is important for our communities of faith and offer practical and innovative steps for sharing Jesus within a new, emerging culture.