Arhive pe etichete: social media
„Churches are picking up on a trend that is popular in the business world, offer free wifi and make sure you’re on Facebook. According to a new study from LifeWay Research, 84 percent of churches have both.
Among those who use social media, 97 percent use it to inform people about coming events. The survey also found that 87 percent use it to interact with the congregation, while 86 percent use it to interact with outsiders. And 84 percent use social media to capture memories of church activities, while 68 percent use social media to help church members stay connected to each other.
The findings come on the heels of an announcement last week from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that the social media site is once again changing its algorithm. This change could make those church websites less visible. Facebook recently starting showing users more posts from their friends and family in the News Feed, a move that means people will see fewer posts from publishers and brands….including churches…” Read the full article here>>
Persecutia digitala de pe platformele social-media i-a amploare in Germania…
Iata ca ceea ce spuneam in introducere la Emisiunea #Imipasadetine din 23 decembrie despre metodele Facebook de a cenzura, limita si obstructiona crestinii, s-a si intamplat pe o alta platforma social – media. Canalul Speranta Media de pe YouTube a fost sters din motive puerile. Se practica cenzura, marginalizarea si anihilarea crestinilor. A inceput persecutia digitala! Sper ca sa ne trezim, sa fim uniti si sa ne sustinem unii pe altii in Lucrarea lui Dumnezeu de pe platformele social-media! Please SHARE! Te rog DISTRIBUIE, daca ITI PASA!
Declaratia lui Gabriel Gorcea despre incident si noul proiect:
„…Every church should have an online presence.
Your church people and your community are there, so you should be as well. But that is different than referring to something that happens via your website as a „church.”
Can an online gathering of Christians be classified as a church? Let’s think through this by asking five questions.
Should Churches be Online?
If a church is not online, then it is not actually engaging the culture. A church needs to be where the people gather and they are online and on social media sites.
Pew Research found that 72 percent of online adults use social media. Every age group continues to experience growth, particularly those over 65 who have tripled their usage in the last four years—from 13 percent in 2009 to 43 percent this year…”
Source : Christianity Today