- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: Natchi Lazarus; First Edition edition (2017)
- ISBN-10: 0692842497
- ISBN-13: 978-0692842492
- Package Dimensions: 21.4 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,12,235 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Connected Church: A Social Media Communication Strategy Guide for Churches, Nonprofits and Individuals in Ministry (First Edition, 2017)
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We are in a new era of communication. The internet and social media have changed the way we connect and communicate with each other. As the body of Christ, it is important that we understand these changes, so that we can effectively serve others. Whether you are an established organisation or an individual starting your ministry, this book will help you understand these global, technology-enabled changes and how they impact churches, nonprofits and individuals in ministry. The four-part communication model and the six-step framework presented in this book will help you successfully implement a social media and digital ministry program, laying a strong foundation for the future of your ministry. Foreword is written by Mark W. Schaefer - Social media keynote speaker, college educator, consultant, and best-selling author of six marketing books including Known, The Content Code, Social Media Explained and The Tao of Twitter. Introduction is written by Rev. Sam P. Chelladurai - Senior Pastor of AFT Church. He is one of the most prominent and respected Bible teachers in India.
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CONS: The author could have been more elaborate with the 'Future impact' chapter which is one of the most interesting chapters, but unfortunately it ends too quickly. Also, the author could have touched upon new means of revenues for the Church, leveraging Social media. Hopefully there is a 'Connected Church - Part two' soon.
Indeed, we live in a new age of communication. A great speaker and a great message won't be heard anymore unless it is channeled through the right medium of communication.
I highly recommend this book!
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