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Curator Tim Shapiro
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Less Chaos. Less Noise: Effective Communications for an Effective Church
Written by a communications expert, this book sharpens congregational practices to better spread messages and achieve communication goals.
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The Social Church: A Theology of Digital Communication
This book provides perspective on social media from the viewpoint of Martin Luther and how congregational leaders can make sense out of new platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
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Social Media Church
This podcast features various church leaders discussing how they use social media to engage people online.
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The Voice of Authority: 10 Communication Strategies Every Leader Needs to Know
A Fortune 500 consultant provides advice on how to communicate responsibly to make others respond with good work and good will.
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Center For Church Communication
This organization provides coaching and mentoring for congregations to use communication as an evangelism tool.
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Networked Theology: Negotiating Faith in Digital Culture
This book explains how media influences personal theology, providing tips to talk faith online and create a faith-based community response.
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The Digital Cathedral: Networked Ministry in a Wireless World
This book uses the image of the medieval cathedral as a metaphor for what a networked 21st century ministry should look like --- expansive. Using this frame of thinking, congregations can build a community far beyond their community.
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Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection
This book offers stories and key strategies for conversation skills and meaningful human connection beyond digital devices.
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Mapping the 21st Century Ministry Landscape
This web resource provided by Keith Anderson, a Lutheran pastor and co-author of Click 2 Save Reboot: The Digital Ministry Bible , argues that "we need to take the time to reacquaint ourselves with our local communities and plug in to our new digital neighborhoods".
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Click 2 Save REBOOT: The Digital Ministry Bible
This social media overview expands on how modern-day platforms can impact the congregational mission and ministry, providing guidance on websites like YouTube.
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