RICHMOND, Va. — Tom Riley and his Apple-fanatic ministry buddies joked for years about inspiring the same loyalty for Jesus as people have toward their iPhones and iPads.
Finally, Riley decided to take the logical step.
He gave his church a temporary make-over, putting the Apple symbol behind the pulpit and hanging a banner outside dubbing it “Apple Church.” The gimmick was meant to last a month and generate community interest. But Riley says the more they integrated Apple products into the church life, the more comfortable everybody felt, including the pastoral staff....
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