I am seeing a sad trend in that many no longer bring their Bibles to church but rely on phones and iPad's. The problem with this is that many will be texting, checking FB, watching movies, and the like while listening to a sermon. Bob Jones University made a policy in recent years against electronic Bibles in chapel's which is a very good idea. The second trend are churches that display all the Bibles verses on the screen and people no longer need to carry their Bibles. I know that some that like these trends are going to militantly defend themselves and say I am "criticizing" them or something, and which I am indeed! I do so with a valid reason and that is that people need to learn how to read the Bible for all its worth, and they need to know how to find books of the Bible without a computer as I once had to memorize Bible books. Also checking FB and the like during a sermon is not a good idea. As for me I follow leaders whom set an example. John MacArthur brings his Bible to church and does not use a electronic device to preach. I have yet to see a YouTube video of Ray Comfort open air preaching with a electronic device.