Facebook leads the way among social media outlets when it comes to evangelism on digital platforms, according to a Barna Group report released on June 26.
Back in the 1970s an evangelistic campaign featured yellow signs and bumper stickers that simply said, “I found it!” And today? Summer could be a good time for your church to try new visibility strategies or give a second try to an earlier effort that
As a salute to Facebook's 10th year, Word&Way's media columnist offers 10 tips to help you use it.
What's next on the social media horizon? Some specialists see an increase in "niche" networks.
While about half of Protestant churches have Facebook pages, many essentially use it as a bulletin board, missing out on the potential to nurture relationships with congregants and its community.
Keep up with one website that boasts half a billion members --- Facebook. Learn about Pages and Groups, and discover other ways to connect through Facebook Places, Community Pages and Networks. Should your church be on Facebook? Check out why.
(ABP) -- Let’s face it: Facebook is quickly becoming a “community” of its own. For some, Facebook has replaced much (actual) face-to-face communication and has become a major means of relationship building. Whether we agree or not about the role social media
“Social networking sites have tremendous potential for Christians as a place where community-building occurs, where community needs are shared and where meaningful networking happens,” according to Bill Tillman, the T.B. Maston Chair of Christian Ethics at Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon School of Theology. At the same
University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban may not be bigger than God in Alabama, but he has more fans on Facebook.