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.
A Fortune 500 consultant provides advice on how to communicate responsibly to make others respond with good work and good will.
This book offers tactics for congregations to better communicate through social media.
Written by a church communications professional, this step-by-step guide explains how and why churches shoould engage in social media in order to spread the good news.
This podcast features various church leaders discussing how they use social media to engage people online.
Written by a social media pastor, this book makes a case for viewing social media as a helpful congregational tip and offers tips on how to use a variety of outlets.
This social media overview expands on how modern-day platforms can impact the congregational mission and ministry, providing guidance on websites like YouTube.
Groundswell, a project of Auburn Theological Seminary, is an online community that provides digital tools and training for people of faith to mobilize and advocate using social media and the...
This book highlights the differences between connecting through technology and connecting through genuine community by examining the role of social media among youth and how to apply social...
This book explores the concept of "networked individualism" --- the result of people connecting with others through mulitple and diverse networks, and the three revolutions that led to this...