Hunter, Lauren
May 2009
Your Church;May/Jun2009, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p26
The article explores some simple technological projects which could help churches and religious schools build awareness on religious activities and communication within a congregation. It provides information on the use of several social networking web sites, including Twitter, Facebook, and online blogging, for theological courses and activities publicity. Moreover, it discusses the importance of the Internet for churches to post ministry programs and activities.


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