5 Questions to Ask Before Posting On Social Media

You’ve read them before. I have, too. I’m talking about stupid things people posted online, and you thought, “What were they thinking? They probably weren’t thinking.” I’ve put stupid things on the internet before, and regretted it. Nothing immoral or illegal, but I have put some stupid statements on there. A lot of people have. How do you make sure more »

Five Things I’ve Learned from Jimmy Fallon About Social Media

Jimmy Fallon is the king of late night talk shows. Just look at the listing of ratings below. One of the major differences between Fallon, Colbert, and Kimmel, compared to Letterman and Leno is the way the newer guys use social media. Particularly, Fallon seems keenly attuned to using twitter, Facebook, and instagram.   There are a few things we more »

Why “Facebook Live” is a Game Changer for Church Leaders

A few months ago, I wrote a post about “4 Ways Pastors Can Effectively Use Periscope.” I was determined I was going to try Periscope for 30 days to give it a fair shot. I don’t think I wound up even giving it one day. Here’s why: I couldn’t keep up with another social media thing to do. I don’t more »

A Pastor’s Quick Guide to Social Media

Social media has revolutionized the ministry world. Should you go “all in” with all of this stuff? After all, it does take up some of your time. If you lack discipline, it can suck away tons of hours.   WHY?   Your goal is to develop more and better disciples of Jesus Christ. You can reach so many people via more »