Technology is changing everything we do, including how we "do" church. Yet, there are scores of churches that are still operating in the age of the Industrial Revolution. Instead of embracing the technology and adapting their worship experiences to include the technology, scores of traditional churches, mainline Protestant, and almost all Catholic churches do not utilize the very instruments that, without which, few Millennials would know how to communicate or interact. As a consequence, in my consultation with church leaders, I strongly suggest to pastors and priests, for example, that they should use social media. Even in worship, I encourage them to grab their smartphones and, right smack in the middle of a sermon, ask the youth and young adults to text their questions about the sermon's topic... that, as they do, you'll retrieve them on your smartphone... and, before dismissing worship, you’ll answer the three best questions about today's sermon. When I suggest something like this, most of the ministers just stare at me as if I've lost my mind. What they should be more concerned about, however, is why the Millennials have little or no interest in what they have to say.