3 Ways Your Church Can Leverage Facebook Groups

3 Ways Your Church Can Leverage Facebook Groups

Often confused with Facebook Pages, Facebook Groups are described by our friends at Facebook as a “place for small group communication and for people to share their common interests and express their opinion.” They even mention that Facebook Groups are perfect for church groups! So, while it is important for your church to have its own Facebook Page, Groups serve a much more specific purpose — connection for a smaller group around a specific cause. So how can your church leverage... Read More
Repurposing Your Ministry Content Online

Repurposing Your Ministry Content Online

A lot of work goes into producing creative content for your church. From graphic designers to video editors to writers, photographers, and other local artists, there’s a great deal of blood, sweat, and tears that generally only see the light of day briefly. That’s such a shame! Wouldn’t it be great if you could get more mileage out of these beautiful creations so that more people could be influenced by it? Not only for the sake of these individuals, but more importantly for... Read More
The 5 Best Uses of Facebook Live at Your Church

The 5 Best Uses of Facebook Live at Your Church

Facebook introduced live streaming on their platform in August 2015. Facebook Live wasn’t the first live video option on social media—others like Periscope and Meerkat came before. But it did introduce the feature to a wider, more established audience. Since then, Facebook Live has become the industry standard for live social video streaming. One in five videos on Facebook is now being broadcast live. And live videos are watched three times longer than pre-recorded videos. This gives live... Read More
Social Media Is Waiting For You To Connect

Social Media Is Waiting For You To Connect

A few weeks ago, I sat at a lovely dinner and listened as the folks talked about how they had met. Most had found each other through social media groups; in fact, very few of us had actually initially met in a traditional, “in-person” setting. Everyone at the table was actively involved in local church fellowships in various communities, yet I noticed something was missing in their conversation. As they praised the power of the newest social platform, the message loudly proclaimed... Read More