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why social media stinks!

strategies for building community with email

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I have found Steve’s insight into all things digital to be very helpful in adjusting to ministry being largely online. I put his recommendation for handling bulk emails to the test and have found it to be a good fit for my congregation as we moved to mostly emails for our newsletter and church-wide communication.

Rev. Ginger Howe Isom

United Methodist Clergy

What You'll Learn In This Exclusive Webinar

You Don't Own Your "Friends"

Learn why your social media following does not belong to you, and why Facebook limits your access to friends

How to Automate to Build Community

Learn how automation can save you time and energy, and still keep you connected to your congregation.

Learn the one easy trick to make your emails arrive

Email can get caught in SPAM filters and in the dreaded "newsletters" folder.  Learn how to arrive at the top of everyone's inbox!

Meet the instructor


Rev. Steven D. Martin has served United Methodist Churches as pastor for twenty years and is a graduate of Candler School of Theology.  He is the founder of the Lakelands Institute, an organization providing e-learning resources for pastors and church professionals.  He brings his expertise in theology, the intersection of faith and politics, and media production to bear upon today’s most challenging problems.

He has produced several films for public television; his writing has appeared in America’s top national media outlets including the Washington Post and USA Today. Steven has served as the Director of Communications and Development for the National Council of Churches in Washington, DC. He speaks frequently at churches, seminaries, and conventions across the US.


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