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Now displaying: July, 2013
Jul 23, 2013

What is it like to unplug? To stay offline, not just giving it up for Lent, but for a whole year? On this episode of Social Media Church, Clement Wen talks with me over lunch (thus the ambient noise) and describes how he did youth ministry without Facebook. Clement is Youth Minister at Chinese Bible Church of Maryland (in Rockville). This episode also includes an excerpt from Clement’s sermon where he described the things he learned from being disconnected from Facebook for a year, and even how that experience showed him an insight about the heart of God.

Show Notes

Connect with Clement Wen on Facebook facebook.com/clementw3

#article The Top 5 Regrets of The Dying (Storyline blog, 12/19/12)

#statistics The Rise of the @Pastor (Barna Group, June 2013)

#article NJ pastor orders church workers to stay off Facebook (11/29/10)

Jul 13, 2013

Started off this episode of Social Media Church with a conversation that sparked my preliminary thinking about 4 levels of social media engagement, for which I’d love your feedback. And the featured guest conversation is with Jan Lynn, Communication Director atEastside Christian Church in Anaheim, California (previously in Fullerton) and a long-time blogger–she started back in 2005. We talk about the old days of blogging, the changes that social media has brought, developing an organizational voice for a church, creative use of images and videos, and more.

Show Notes

Connect with Jan Lynn on Twitter @jan_lynn and her blog theviewfromher.com

#video of the @Eastside_CC 50 years of history in a Facebook timeline look vimeo.com/41876041

Connect with Van Baird on Twitter @VanBaird and Relational Equity

#podcast Church Tech Weekly with Mike Sessler @MikeSessler and Van Metschke @TheSoundBooth

 

Jul 5, 2013

Andrew Hansen is the Creative Arts Director (and also Communications Director) at South Hills Church in Corona, California. He talks with Social Media Church about creative use of videos, legal matters about social media and churches, top learnings from his studies onIntegrated Marketing Communications at West Virginia University Online, and the unique culture of South Hills Church.

Show Notes

Connect with Andrew Hansen on Twitter @andrewkhansen and his blog akhansen.com

blog series on Emerging Media, included topics like Church Social StrategyLegal Issues, and Measures of Intent

YouTube channel of South Hills Church youtube.com/southhillscorona

#video Like a Christian

#video an unconventional lesson in punctuation

#video South Hills Church- The First 10 Years

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