I’m doing a social experiment. A lot of the content on this site is broadly focused towards churches and digital content. Social media, more specifically.
If you’re reading this post and don’t have an interest in either 1.) the Christian Church, or 2.) social media, please feel to hit the “eject” button and go on your merry way.
If, however, either of those two subjects capture your interest, I’d love your opinion on the following question:
If you were to read a book on social media and the Church, what three problems would it solve?
Please take a few moments (like, literally 60 seconds. I timed myself.) and share a few of your insights below. Here’s what a few folks have said so far:
How to engage with non believers in my community through social media.
How to convince people who don’t use it that it is worthwhile.
Is there anyway it would have a fold-out of the sexiest men in church social media?
(That last one was a real response, by the way. Jokesters.) Add your insight here:
You’re seriously the best. Either way. I hope to reveal the results of your answers soon, and very soon.