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Facebook Live Bloopers: Church Edition
Church leaders are navigating new digital waters, with some hilarious results.
When Prayer Requests Become Viral HashtagsSubscriber Access Only
Online outlets like CaringBridge, GoFundMe, and social media accounts have the power to turn individual medical crises into trending topics.
Baptist College Handbook Authorizes ‘Full Access’ to Students’ Social Media Accounts
Campus policies at schools like Louisiana College stir debate over whether regulating personal posts protects students or silences criticism.
Want More Christian Influence? Get Off Facebook And Talk To Actual People
We can be loud, or we can be heard. We can seldom do both.
The Call to Self-Discipline in a Media-Saturated Age
Our society is addicted to spectacle. How do we keep our eyes are fixed on Christ?
Welcome to Church. Want to Take a Selfie?
With photo booths for special occasions, Instagram-friendly congregations navigate the tension between sharing faith and showing off.
Who Says Social Media Can’t Make You Wise?Subscriber Access Only
Done right, Facebook offers a chance for discernment and connection.
Your Facebook Account Has Not Been Hacked – But Your Credibility Might Have Been
If we can’t be trusted to get verifiable facts right, how can we be trusted about a story that rests on the fact of a dead body rising from the grave?
Being Salt and Light in the Middle of a Twitter Mob
Social media can be a dark and divisive place. That doesn’t mean we should simply withdraw.
Unfriending ConvenienceSubscriber Access Only
Why Christians are called to inefficiency in an age of easy living.
Go Tell It on the iPhone
Christians agree: Technology has made in-person conversations harder, but sharing one’s faith easier.
The Sacred Gift of Selfies
Craig Detweiler sees spiritual significance underneath the stereotypes.
Russia’s Fake Facebook Ads Targeted Christians
“Army of Jesus” tried to stir dissension among American voters, Congress reveals.
The Gospel of Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook and others have started to imitate, but can’t replace, church community.
A Brief History of the Christian BlogosphereSubscriber Access Only
Religion reporter Sarah Pulliam Bailey on how blogs and social media have changed the church--and our country.
Your Smartphone Is Neither a Cancer nor a Cure-AllSubscriber Access Only
A balanced, biblical take on the devices we can’t seem to live without.
Check Your Privilege ObsessionSubscriber Access Only
Instead of fighting injustice, we end up fighting each other.
There's No Crying on Social Media!Subscriber Access Only
Young adults are desperate not to let peers see any signs of weakness or failure.
The Local Church Is More Awkward Than Your Facebook WallSubscriber Access Only
Embrace it anyway.
How the Modern Proverbs 31 Woman Uses FacebookSubscriber Access Only
Study finds Christian women use social media differently than other women—and feel differently afterwards.

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George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
As a person of peace, “Big Floyd” opened up ministry opportunities in the Third Ward housing projects.

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