New Research Shows People Use Mobility to Access their Faith and Inspiration
If so, you’re part of a growing number of people who do. A recent survey finds that more people are tuning into their faith and inspiration practices on mobile devices whether it’s streaming online, apps or social media.
This research fuels the conversation called AT&T Inspired Mobility. It’s a national discussion about how people are using mobility and the Internet to connect to what inspires them.
It revealed that 4-in-10 (41%) surveyed said they use a mobile phone, tablet or laptop to connect to faith-based organizations or inspiration sites. That compares to about a third (32%) who said they regularly1 attend worship services. Of those who attend services regularly, 1-in-4 (25%) report using a mobile device as part of that experience.
Inspired Mobility joined Blogging While Brown again to kick off the conversation. This time AT&T featured hip hop recording artist Lecrae in a one-on-one conversation with our social and digital expert Jason Caston. The two discussed how mobility is changing the way people are inspired through music, community sharing and outreach.
Our discussion wouldn’t be complete without a lineup of roving bloggers. Check out what they are saying and follow them on social media.
Brown Girl Gumbo (@BrownGirlGumbo)
Black Girl Nerds (@BlackGirlNerds)
Tech Guy Smart Buy (@TechGuySmartBuy)
You can join in the conversation too! Use the hashtag #InspiredMobility on social media to share how you use mobility to connect with your inspiration.
1 Once a month or more