This article discusses why the selective picture of life that social media shows can and does affect worship and liturgy as well, and not for the better.
Social media can be a place that fosters selfishness and narcissism. What do you post? When do you post? The article shows that these kinds of questions can help make you think about your actions on social media.
Having discussions at your home about your children and social media? This article offers seven discussion points to have with them on the matter. Two words feature as essential in the discussion: necessity and maturity.
How can pastors make the best of social media? Social media is intended to be social. This article explains five ways of doing that.
How can pastors make the best of social media? By being intentional. How do they do that? This article explains the purpose and priorities in using social media.
How can pastors make the best of social media? The first step is to be positive about it. Think about the evangelical, personal and community benefits coming with social media. This article discusses these.
Social media can provide a wonderful opportunity for church leaders to build a platform for social influence. How can you maximize social media for such a purpose? This article offers twelve tips for church leaders.
As a pastor you can use social media to build up your church. This article points to ten ways you can use social media for your church.
Social media has become part of life. How should Christians view it? This article looks specifically at Facebook, discussing why it is attractive to users. The author focuses on personal identity and the use of Facebook, calling Christians to consider how they present themselves. How should Christians present themselves?