Download a free Faith on Facebook Toolkit and learn how to utilize Facebook tools to better build community.
The Coronavirus is a worldwide crisis, but it’s also the church’s opportunity to reach more people through social media than ever before.
Phil Mershon and Justin Dean sit down to talk about building community online in a digital age.
Michael Tuszynski from Church Media Squad has put together a list of ideas for graphics (or plain text posts) you can develop to stay connected with your congregation during the #COVID19 outbreak.
How your church can be responding during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic in the US.
Here are four ways I’ve experienced increased engagement within Facebook groups that we manage.
A clever and fairly inexpensive way to show your social media followers that you love them (and increase your reach at the same time), is to share a Starbucks Card on social media.
Our discomfort in talking about abortion, either privately or from the platform, has caused many churches to avoid the topic entirely.
(Featuring Interviews with the Cast and Crew of Unplanned)
Great speakers, practical content, genuine community… there are tons of reason to attend That Church Conference.
My buddy Joe and I come up with 90 social media posts a month for SundaySocial.tv. Non-repeating. And we’ve done this for around 3 years. One of the questions we get a lot is: How do you come up with so much content? And, not to brag, but it’s good content. We’ve built our following […]