How has the move to the electronic age affected the Church? Have we as individuals and as a society succumbed to the hypnotic spell of technology? What are the possibilities for evangelization in a video-dominated culture? This collection of essays answers these and other questions by addressing the issues of communication and ministry in a mass-media dominated society. Contributors represent a cross-section of academic and pastoral fields. Concerns include the "levelling" effect of television's compressed form of communication, the transmission of the Word in the future, preparing church leaders for a technoloical age, and preaching the gospel in a video culture.