Some interesting food for thought in this article:
What is the role of small and medium sized local churches when high production value content is so readily available online? Which parts of local churches continue to be strengths and which aspects are commodities and potentially outsourced to other providers?
The article mentions relationships as the unique value proposition of the local church. As virtual/digital redefines what local means (since you might have closer relationships with people you play games with online than your neighbor next door) how does that shift impact local churches?