“Click the link in our bio”. Probably one of the most common phrases an instagram influencer has to type. Those, now well-known, link limits in instagrams service have sprung up a string of similar services that try to help influencers overcome those limits. The link services, however, can be repurposed for churches and can be a great way to create a “Church Hub” or “next steps” page.[Read more…] about A Helpful Church Use for Instagram Bio Link Tools
Nona Jones has written one of the stand out books of the year for churches and non profits. With so many churches and non profits having to rush online, churches are looking to platforms like Facebook to assist them building connections through digital means. The release of Social Media to Social Ministry: A Guide to Digital Discipleship could not have been timed better and the book itself does not disappoint.[Read more…] about Social Media to Social Ministry: A Guide to Digital Discipleship [Review]
Are you experiencing — Streaming Fatigue?
That’s the term we’ve coined for the feeling you get after “attending” church service streams for months on end.
Is it sustainable? Is it working? Where do we go from here?[Read more…] about Do You Have Church Streaming Fatigue? [Podcast #314]
“How many social media posts should a church post if a church could post posts?” It sounded like a tongue twister in my head so I tried! I’m sorry. However I do love this sort of data. It can tell amazing stories. Sometimes it tells you nothing. Sometimes everything. For me, the information collecting side of data can be a little maddening but then when you look at the results and start looking for trends it becomes much more interesting.[Read more…] about Social Media: How Many Posts Should A Church Post?
It’s not often that I get to review a product that considers itself a ministry. But this review is that review. The people behind this ministry understand me. They know that the list of books I have to read will only get longer and longer while my time to read them gets shorter and shorter. Yet they, like I, know that they hold treasure troves of helpful insight for my soul. That’s why Accelerate Books was started.[Read more…] about Accelerate Books Review – A Review
We’ve talked about the differences between online and face-to-face relationships before. This time, however, we have a unique opportunity to compare the two experiences in a real A/B comparison–online vs face to face.
Jeremy shares his experience as a counselor who worked entirely face-to-face, to have the chance to switch to 100% online sessions with the same people.[Read more…] about COVID Contrast: Online vs Face to Face[Podcast #311]