If you haven’t marked your calendars yet, join us on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, at noon EST (that’s Orlando time) for a one-hour seminar to help you think strategically about Facebook and ministry. My […]
On Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at noon EST, eQuipping for eMinistry will be hosting our first Google Hangout seminar. (I hope it’s the first of many.) My friend, Roger Vann, of Agape UK, will be at Cru headquarters to present a one-hour seminar to help you think strategically about Facebook and ministry.
Keeping up with multiple social media accounts. Hootsuite and Buffer are just like a car’s dashboard, you glance at the information on the dash, respond to what you see, and move along the information highway.
Yesterday, 87 staff at Lake Hart had our turn to use the WatchThinkChat media chat platform our Global Digital Strategies team developed here at headquarters. Find out who we were able to share the gospel with.
The digital team from Philippines Campus Crusade for Christ has impacted thousands this year through a new eMinistry strategy.
I learned this morning that June 30, 2014, is Mashable’s fifth annual Social Media Day. Here’s ideas to help you share your faith.
Athletes in Action sent me this post tonight to alert you to an opportunity to share your faith through social media and using the buzz about the World Cup. Read on for tips!
Capturing images of people and places in corneal reflections in hi-res photos raises thoughts about security and privacy for missions in the future. Part Two
Looking for some ideas to share your faith this Christmas?
Try sharing one of these links through eMail, Facebook, or Twitter, or by posting them on your blog. Pray about a specific friend to share these with and be sure to be available to talk with your friend afterwards about what it means to trust in Christ. [Read more…]
If you use photos in a blog, a brochure, or your prayer letter, you should understand copyright laws. Using music on a video may also have copyright issues.
I recommend you read the entire article, “Using Copyrighted Material”, on the Staff Web. In fact, this article contains essential information for Cru staff, so set aside some time today to read it. [Continue reading…]