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Using Social Media in Women's Ministry
Use social media to enhance your ministry.
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Overview

Everyone's doing it—from Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest and Instagram, social media has become a place where people live their lives. We all crave connection, and social media offers one more way we can speak into the lives of those we serve. This 42-page resource offers wisdom and practical tips on how to use social media well in your ministry.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Using Social Media Well (free sample)
Three keys to success.

The (Digitally) Connected Women's Ministry
Maximize your ministry through social media.

Make a Facebook Group for Your Women's Ministry
These are the benefits of Facebook groups for women.

Topics to Avoid in Social Media
How to avoid the Christian "humblebrag."

A Facebook Skeptic? Newsflash: You Are in Control!
Facebook is too big a mission field for the church to ignore.

Simple Guide to Safe Social Media Use
Basic safety guidelines for the most popular types of social media.


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Topics:Communication, Community, Fellowship, Women's ministry
Filters:Technology, Woman leader, Women's ministry
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