Our society is changing they way they communicate! Most young people consider it more efficient and more respectful to communicate via text message, Facebook and Twitter. They want to BROADCAST their message instead of one on one.
Parents and teens are not receiving guidance from their churches concerning media technology and technology, yet many say they would like to. Do churches have a responsibility to address tech issues? How could they better do this?
For Christian organizations, search engine optimization (SEO) is not about one Christian org getting better rankings than another. It’s about all Christian organizations improving our rankings to impact the world and advance the kingdom of God
The Church Mobile App survey, recently conducted by OurChurch.Com provides insight into the features church members and staff want in a church app as well as how serious churches really are about mobile apps.
Chris Walker and I are teaming up to present a webinar on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 1:00 PM titled Social Media for Pastors and Church Planters. Click to register. What questions would you like to see addressed in the webinar?
They say only constant in life is change. In chapter 13 of Less Clutter. Less Noise., Kem shares some simple communication tools for finding the “yes” behind the “no” when navigating change in an organization.