If your church is looking to reach young adults and teenagers on social media, make sure you go to the platforms where they are. Read More »
Young people need churches to help them understand how to live out their faith in their digital world. One way to do that is to create social media posts that will cause them to stop scrolling and start serving. Read More »
As temperatures begin to rise, so does the number of people searching online for local Vacation Bible Schools.
According to analysis of Google search trends, online searches for VBS and Vacation Bible School spike every year in June. Read More »
The key to balancing ourselves in the smartphone age is awareness. Digital technology is most useful to us when we limit its reach into our lives. The world will always expect technology to save humanity from its darkest fears, and to that end, it will submit more and more of itself to breaking innovations.
But by avoiding the overreach of these misdirected longings for techno-redemption, we can simply embrace technology for what it is—an often helpful and functional tool to serve a legitimate need in our lives. Read More »
If the technology had existed at the time, I’m confident Paul would’ve had a website for his ministry.
I gather this from his words in 1 Corinthians 9:22-23: “I have become all things to all people, so that I may by every possible means save some. Now I do all this because of the gospel.” Read More »
By Aaron Earls Almost 8 in 10 online American adults use Facebook. Now the social media giant has made it easier for church leaders to keep in contact with their congregants through Facebook Live. Previously, the live streaming service was available only when using the Facebook app on a mobile device. Now Facebook has added…
The technological revolution we’ve seen over the past 30 years is staggering. What’s even more remarkable is the speed at which tech in the church continues to improve. Read More »
From 1,000 languages on an app to the world’s longest single graphic novel, Christians are discovering new ways to share the gospel with unreached people. Read More »
According to a Pew Research survey, 96 percent of American adults say it’s “generally not OK” to use a cellphone at church or during a worship service. But can there be legitimate uses during a church service? Read More »
The women who went to the tomb on the first Easter Sunday couldn’t find Jesus there. People are still searching during this time of year, except now many are looking on Google instead of in the grave.
Google searches for Jesus, though frequent throughout the year, regularly increase around Christmas and Easter. This year is no different. The weeks leading up to Easter saw online searches for Jesus become more prevalent on Google. Read More »