Whether it’s packaged with a ChCMS (a church membership database app) or not, there are many different private church social networks; such as The City, The Table Project and Church Social Networking—to name just a few. If you include online apps like Yammer and Socialcast, the list grows even longer!
On this episode of the ChurchMag podcast, we tackle the question:
Are private, closed, walled-garden, church social networks ever a good idea?
If you were hoping for an easy “yes” or “no” on this episode, you’re not going to find it. So, you’ll just have to listen. 😉
ChurchMag author Rachel Blom is a veteran youth leader with a deep passion for Jesus and teens. She’s Dutch of origin, American at heart, but lives in a small town in the south of Germany with her husband and son. You can find her posts on youth ministry, where her real passion lies, at Youth Leaders Academy
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- How to Deliver Social Media Content Consistently via Justin Wise
- What Will Be the Cost to the Church? via Tim Challies
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