HOW THE CHURCH USE SOCIAL MEDIA EFFECTIVELY

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Effectiveness of Social Media to the Church : We need! it’s not uncommon for a church to follow along..

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Social media is effective for a church? It can be, but in most cases it probably isn’t.  The shocking reality is that I bet most churches know that their Facebook page isn’t  producing anything except image and some videos of the events in church.

 

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Why isn’t social media effective? It’s often not effective because it is implemented and executed poorly. If done right, people will engage, and it can be more successful at keeping people informed that any church bulletin.

1. Church use websites for the large part for people new to the church.

2. Social media is for those who are already engaged with the church.  Facebook, twitter, Instagram Is  the one of the In in social media today, having millions of users worldwide. Lot’s of churches has Facebook page and so on..

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Discipleship ( Matthew 28:18-20) And Jesus approach and spoke to them, saying ”All authority has been given me in heaven and on the earth, Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations and baptizing them in the name of the Father and the son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded You and surely I am with you always to the very end of the age.

Be a Digital Disciple? Share what we believe in God NOW! As Paul used any tool he could to spread Jesus’ message, so  should we. We need to use what is available to us in order to share the Good News. Bringing yourself or your faith community online is a powerful tool can be used. It might be just one way to communicate but it can be reach into homes, shelters, and news outlets. It can each into mind, heart, and soul that is where discipleship starts. Jesus tells us to go make disciple and Paul tell us to use all of our tools to do so.

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