As Twitter’s new owner bumbles along and risks destroying the very network he just purchased for $44 billion, we thought we’d take a look at why this matters — even to people not on Twitter. In this issue of A Public Witness, we look at
Contributing writer Sarah Blackwell examines how the technology that rests at our fingertips can be used as a spiritual practice. After all, many of us only made it through the isolation of the pandemic because of some well-timed memes on group chats.
Each day seems to bring new changes and closures related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We've compiled communication and ministry resources along with links and welcome your crowdsourcing suggestions as well.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Being an effective social media manager means doing more than just sitting on Facebook and Twitter all day. It requires keeping up with trends and changes in trends so that necessary changes to strategy can be made.
Through stewardship, faith communities and the people who lead them have the opportunity to truly invite others to discern purpose and make meaning in their lives. The language that we use to describe the work we are called to do really matters