Social Media for Small-Group Ministry

Social Media for Small-Group Ministry

How to use social media to connect, inform, and mobilize group members

Through social media, news, opinions, and stories are passed more quickly than ever—and further around the globe. It has become an amazing way to connect, inform, and mobilize people. And the church—and your ministry—shouldn't miss out.

This resource gives you practical tips on using social media. Learn from others' successes, consider how to use social media in a God-honoring way, and gain step-by-step instructions on basic functions of Facebook and Twitter. You'll be inspired to use social media to enhance your ministry and make it stronger.

For a sample from this resource, read Using Social Media Well .

Leader's Guide

Overview

The Technophobe's Survival Guide
Simple tech projects any church can start
By Lauren Hunter

Before You Get Started

Four Myths About Using Technology
A word of warning before you jump in
By D.J. Chuang

Digital Disciple
What does it mean to use technology well?
Interview with Adam Thomas

Sign Me Up
Why your ministry should be using public social media
By Boyd Pelley

Leveraging Social Media for Ministry

The (Digitally) Connected Church
Maximize your ministry through social media
By Nicole Unice and Jenni Catron

How I Became a Twitter Believer
The power of social media for ministry
By Jenni Catron

(Virtually) Meet People Where They Are
Using Facebook and Twitter for small groups
By Peri Gilbert

Authentic Connections Through Social Media
There's value in virtually connecting between meetings.
By Keri Wyatt Kent

Using Social Media Well
Three keys to success
By Peri Gilbert

Resources

Total number of pages: 35

You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource within your local church.

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