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  1. Thetruthwillsetyoufree July 13, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    Hi Justin, I believe it’s important for the Churches to connect and interact beyond beyond the four walls. I think Facebook is okay but we are distracted by some filth that is posted by other. I control my Church Facebook page and some of the things shows up on our dashboard is just crazy! Thank God we found a social network for Churches and members http://www.fivefold.us. I think this is site we should support because now we have have our own place just for us. Great article by the way!

  2. Social Media has been a huge blessing for 7 City Church – the free marketing was invaluable for a church plant with minimal marking budget. We did organize a social media team and set good guidelines on what to post and not post, that has helped prevent embarrasing or unprofessional posting. The response to our social media sites has been positive and it has helped us grow.

  3. I think that two of main concerns are time and what to post. Especially, if no one is interacting with your posts – retweeting or sharing them, replying to them, etc. – it can get discouraging and cause doubt as to whether it’s all worth it.