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Social Media Church Podcast

Social Media Church is a podcast for conversations with church leaders about social media, website strategy, and online trends.
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Jul 31, 2012

Social Media Church chats with the first female Internet Campus Pastor Bernadine Young of Family Life Church. She lives in Houston, Texas, and Family Life Church is physically in Brunswick, Georgia, possibly foreshadowing of an emerging trend for how church leaders can work together from remote locations.

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Jul 24, 2012

Social Media Church connects with Nathan Castleberry for a conversation about being deputized as the second Internet Campus Pastor at Potential Church, a multi-site church that started in Cooper City, Florida. Potential Church was formerly known as Flamingo Road Church, and launched an Internet Campus to hold worship online back in 2007.

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Jul 17, 2012

On this episode of Social Media Church, I, DJ Chuang, roundup some things I’ve seen recently that point to what the future of the Internet church could look like. I think it’s still too early to call, but there are models beginning to take shape. Segments on this episode: my response to a couple of articles about how social media might shape the church, examples of network churches (organizational churches resourcing organic churches), Internet evangelism, and using Google+ Hangout on Air for online ministry.

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Jul 10, 2012
At one of the earliest churches to have an Internet Campus, Seacoast Church, is Seth Farrior. On this episode, hear Seth tell about what prepared him to host online worship experiences, how Seacoast makes their Internet Campus carry the same ministry values as its physical campuses, and what they’re exploring next.

Plus, Seth shares the back story that’s led to the launch of a new conference for church leaders that are doing online ministry or thinking of doing

Connect with Seth Farrior on Twitter @sethfarrior and Facebook

Connect with 100s of church leaders at the iMinistry 2012 conference in Dallas, Texas, October 10-11, 2012

Watch raw unedited video of this conversation with Seth Farrior and DJ Chuang

Articles for discussion on an upcoming episode:

Jul 3, 2012

This extended episode of Social Media Church with Vince Marotte covers considerable new ground. Vince Marotte is the Internet Pastor at Gateway Church (Austin, Texas) and authored an e-book titled “Context and Voice: communication design in our new media culture.” Vince unpacks his church’s online ministry philosophy, its integration of various technologies for a customized experience, and his rethinking new forms of church that’s contextualized in an Internet-connected culture.

Jun 26, 2012

Social Media Church’s DJ Chuang talks with Marc Payan, a lay pastor with Christian Tabernacle in Santa Ana, California. Marc shares practical ways that their pastoral team keeps a pulse on what’s happening in the lives of its church members via Facebook, how they’re using Soundcloud to spread the Word, developing livestream video of worship services, incorporating leadership development, and more

Jun 19, 2012

In this episode of Social Media Church, DJ Chuang talks with Justin Lathrop about how a church could use Twitter to connects locally (taking a cue from a twitter-active mayor), how he uses social media as a connector and strategist, and a lesson from his social media faux pas.

Justin blogs at JustinLathrop.com + @justinlathrop on Twitter + facebook.com/justin.lathrop on Facebook. Justin Lathrop is Director of Strategic Relations at General Council of the Assemblies of God and previously the Director of Strategic Development at The Oaks Fellowship.

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Jun 12, 2012

An extended conversation with Nils Smith (@NilsSmith), the Social Media Pastor at Community Bible Church (CBC), San Antonio, Texas. Actually, his title is Pastor of Social Media and Young Adults (at the time of this writing).

Nils shares about CBC launched its online church in just 6 weeks back in July 2010 and now CBC Online is reaching 7,500 computers weekly with 168 services, that’s one every hour on the hour 24/7, plus its Spanish channel (CBCespanol.com), and online life groups. We even talk about staffing, volunteers, metrics, what’s flopped, finances, and more.

Watch the CBC Online 1 Year Anniversary video

The platform they use to host online church is mediasocial.tv

YouTube Playlist introducing CBC Online to new users

Want more Nils? Get more of Nils Smith in this video interview by Jason Stambaugh of heartyourchurch.com

Jun 5, 2012

Welcome to the first episode of the Social Media Church! This weekly podcast aims to be a place for conversations with church leaders about social media. On this podcast, you’ll hear from church leaders from around the country (United States of America) and around the world, and as you listen to their thinking behind why and how they’re incorporating social media into the life of their church, it’s our hope that you’ll also hear their heartbeat. You’ll hear from church leaders on the front lines of ministry, those who are pushing the envelope and dreaming up new possibilities, as well as church leaders in contexts that are just beginning to go from print to digital.

Our first guest is Kenny JahngPastor of Media & Innovation at Liquid Church, a multi-site church in New Jersey. We discuss how Liquid Church is using social media to extend its ministry online and offline, incorporating both social media and traditional media, explaining the importance of innovation in the church, and more.

You’ll see 2 photos below, because there are 2 voices on the podcast. That’s me, DJ Chuang, on the left, and I’ll usually be the podcast host; and Kenny is pictured on the right.

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