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. Continue reading Facebook Seminar in Orlando Also on Google Hangouts February 3rd
Resources and tips for posting about Noah this weekend. Will you join the online conversation? Continue reading Are You Posting about Noah This Weekend?
In this age of digital communication and the Internet, the book of Proverbs still is true and is a veritable treasure trove of excellent communication principles. Continue reading Good News from a Distant Land (Guest Post)
It took me years to get used to the private ways of my new home-country… But part of me began to appreciate the quiet space and the margin that people here give to each other. The old ways felt a bit… too much.
… Since that time social media swept over the world and dramatically changed the relational landscape almost everywhere. Overnight we were inundated with self-disclosures of unprecedented proportions. What used to be hidden behind the tall walls of privacy is now out in the open. [Read more…] Continue reading My Big Fat Social Media Wedding (Guest Post)
The word “proclaim” comes from the Latin words pro, which means “before, for, forward, in place of” and clamare, which means “to cry out.” Going before someone, shouting an announcement. Like a page going before the king telling everyone he is coming.
I believe that is what God is calling us to with our online presence. Continue reading To Gripe or to Glorify? (Guest Post)
Anything goes in many places, especially on the internet. Inhabiting this cyberspaciousness calls for discernment. [Read more from this book of Proverbs series…] Continue reading Naïveté and Discretion in the Socialsphere