Monthly Archives: October 2011

Social Media and Sacrifice

People worry about social media use for faith purposes. They worry about the privacy issues for themselves and for fellow church members. They worry about the privacy of young people who are online Facebooking their little hearts out anyway. They … Continue reading

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Pragmatist’s Protest

Today I managed to attend part of #ChSocM. That’s a Twitter chat, on Wednesday afternoons in New Zealand time, to do with the Church and Social Media. Great stuff, great people, but being me, I disagree with some of them … Continue reading

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Are there any Real Humans at this Page?

Most faith-based organisations with pages on Facebook intend these pages to be missional, and to have the capacity to help new people form relationships with the church. Now a couple of thousand years ago, a being sometimes known as God spotted that … Continue reading

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