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Summer 2013: e-ministry
volume 34, Issue 3
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From The Editor
Why even bother with social media?
Social media opens instant opportunities for ministry.
New technologies are a gift from God, but not if they keep us from being fully and physically present.
How email and blogs complicate conflict, and what to do about it.
Ed Stetzer on why ignoring social media is no longer an option for church leaders.
Moving a distracted generation toward Christ.
The gospel demands we engage the world, even when we feel vulnerable.
My online interactions were hurting my pastoral presence.
How our online ministry is bringing seekers through the doors of our church.
Seven ways to use social media in ministry.
An interview with Richard Cox
Social media is dangerous if we use it to validate ourselves.
How did I become so dependent on digital media?
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Is there a different pathway to maturity for multi-tasking extroverts?
Ministry that's clearly Christian in a multi-faith world.
How do I help someone grow who's not like me?
How would our worship services be different?