A church is made up of several different ministries working together to meet the needs of and disciple the people within them. These ministries most commonly include kids ministry, Youth ministry, and some sort of adult discipleship initiative.
To truly maximize effectiveness, reach, and impact, churches should implement an overarching strategy for their social media. But before they get too far into that, they need to create a policy. A proper social media policy can help churches avoid potential pitfalls while maximizing their outreach.
In the shadows of a global pandemic, many families are spending more time together than they have in years. Stay at home orders, event capacities, and gathering restrictions have all led to homes being occupied far more than they have in the recent past.
Socially media can be a powerful tool for churches. Not only does it help them stay connected with current members, but it also allows them to reach a wider audience. Currently, 72% of US residents use social media in some capacity.
If you are a parent with school-aged kids, virtual learning has become a term you are very very familiar with. In Spring 2020, the pandemic shook up all our lives in countless ways, leading most schools to close their doors for the rest of the school year and embrace this thing called “distance learning”.