Church Juice's in-depth description and ideas for using Twitter in your church is a must-read if you are considering using Twitter in your church.
In a world in which we have endless ways to communicate, people are disconnected from each other. The internet provides an opportunity to reconnect with other believers.
It's Christmas time, which means its time for family, food, presents, lights, trees, and a chance to reflect on how one birth changed the world forever. However, it also means seeing Christmas Decorations in stores as early as August. It seems that there is no end to what you can buy that is Christmas themed.
Does your church not currently have a website? Is it unmaintained or out-of-date? Any church website should at least have the following basic information.
Twitter experienced a boom last year. A big boom. It started 2009 with well under 10 million unique visits a month, and ended with over 60 million. It's an understatement to say that more and more people are starting to use Twitter.
So many times websites break key principles of web design, or just sit dormant and are not updated or fixed. Heal Your Church Website has a great post that details 5 Things that Heal your Church Website. This list helps to curtail these problems with websites and maybe bring some new life into your website.