My friend Stephen Proctor is one of the leading lights of the "visual worship" movement, an important theological discussion on the nature and place of technological innovation as it is applied to the gathering of the church for the purpose of corporate worship. I refer to this first as a theological discussion, rather than as a gathering of practitioners, for it appears to me that Stephen and other worship leaders like himself are more concerned with the underlying ideas than they are with "the show"--they truly want their work to be an expression of worship that is faithful to the God revealed in Jesus Christ. For this, Stephen and his friends are to be commended, as evangelicalism has long been guilty of being pragmatic before being reflective. While "visual worship" does not reverse this course of action, it does take them as parallel. Thinking is required while doing, and doing further stimulates theological thinking, discourse, and conversation.