Gregg Brekke is one of today’s leading religion reporters and photojournalists. Today we get a bird’s eye view of what’s going on in the church, given all the change that’s taken place this year. You’ll also want to hear where Gregg was last week.
I’m not a big fan of doing difficult things. If I have to, I usually can, but I like to know how long I’ll have to do them.
Join me and Rev. Stephanie Kendell, Executive Minister and COO at Park Avenue Christian Church in New York City, for a conversation that took place at the annual meeting of Associated Church Press, the Religion Communicators Congress, and the Canadian Christian Communicators Association that took place online last week. Stephanie has a podcast called “the…
Rev. Todd Young is the rector of an Episcopal parish in Hagerstown, Maryland. He admits his concerns about celebrating the Eucharist online and discusses how he came to terms with this new online world we’re living in.
A pastor in “Chicken and Timber” country, Jason is a single father of two, a homeschool teacher, and a pastor who serves a congregation that had 130 on Sunday (pre-COVID) to 1,000 online. Hear his story, his struggles, and his passion for solid production values.
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.
Granted, I’m a man of a certain age. My people gravitate toward Facebook for our social media time. But other generations are on different platforms: Instagram, YouTube, Twitch, TikTok… and the list goes on. What would it look like if church leaders entered TikTok for the purposes of spreading the Gospel, or at least dispelling…