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Churches turn to Facebook, Web, high-tech outreach

I had an opportunity to be interviewed and quoted in a USA Today article on how the church is using technology.   It begins:

Find the church by going online — the 21st-century version of sighting a steeple on the horizon. Beyond their website, Christ Fellowship has a Facebook page to give it a friendly presence in social media.

You can download the worship program by scanning their customized-with-a-cross QR code. The worship services are streamed online from their Internet campus — with live chat running so you can share spiritual insights in real time.

Afterward, says senior Pastor Bruce Miller, “someone will ask you, ‘How did it go? Did God help you, today? How can we help you?’ Just like we do when people come to our building in McKinney. We are here to help people find and follow Christ, wherever they are starting out from.”

And wherever they are in the digital world.

Full Article:  More congregations turn to Facebook, Web, high-tech outreach

2 Comments

  1. James MacArthur

    April 25, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Absolutely right, I do agree with your post. By the way I am a member of Baptist Church at Sacramento. Our church use church management software designed by Congregation Builder, It is really good software to use. It gives us Camp Management, Church Web Calendar & Event Registration.

  2. admin

    April 27, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    Good follow-up article on the White Horse Inn http://www.whitehorseinn.org/blog/2012/04/26/would-jesus-have-a-facebook-page/

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