Word spread quickly that Facebook is blocking churches or removing videos of music that was pre-recorded. I called CCLI, the music licensing company, and my belief that Facebook is inherently unreliable was reinforced by what I heard.
Rev. Mark Anthoni Thomas is a pastor in Washington, DC, who has found Facebook Live to be a great way to engage his congregation. There’s a lot that’s remarkable about Mark, but today I’m most interested in how he uses this powerful medium – and maintains his authenticity.
As some of us move worship back into our sanctuaries, what have we learned while doing online worship that we’d like to bring into our sanctuaries with us?
Today’s podcast is part 2 of a special series about the breakout of violence between Israel and Palestinians that has occurred in recent weeks. Peter Makari, the Executive for the Middle East & Europe at Global Ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and United Church of Christ, is the ecumenical community’s go-to guy…
Rev. Donna Claycomb Sokol is the pastor of Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Washington, DC. Prior to the pandemic, this church worked to include people from all walks of life in ministry. The mission continues with new fervor and passion, but through its online presence, the circle is drawn much wider.
Welcome to “Two Minute Tuesday,” which ended up being three minutes. Oh well. Here’s a quick hit of audio magic about why you should not put all your eggs in the social media basket.
Elle is one of the stalwarts of our “Growing Your Online Presence” Facebook group, and she’s finally announcing the title of the book she’s been talking about. “Baptized in Tear Gas” is her story of moving from being a white moderate into the wilderness of a new life and perspective. You’ll want to hear every…