Did you know that your Facebook business page has a Call-to-Action button? Facebook is also slowly rolling out the "Donate" option, and some organizations are already using them on their pages. You might be able to as well!
The first in a series of reflections on the Fresh Expressions movement and its relation to the United Methodist Church and recent research related to "unchurched", "dechurched" and "spiritual but not religious" persons.
Do you know your site's feed? Prepackaged websites often come with a feed that tracks updates you make to your site. Find out what a feed is, whether you have one already and how to use it.
Rev. Troy Ray, longtime HUM executive director, leaves the homelessness prevention ministry in the hands of Mark Geallis. Ray will pursue mission work in Kenya.
More than 30 staff and congregation members attend a workshop to learn about typical behavior of people with dementia and how the church can help.
Last week Google announced they would be segregating YouTube and Google+ accounts. This means you no longer have to have a Google+ account to manage a YouTube channel. It also means that people can comment on videos separately from the Google+ platform.
Two Florida Conference churches receive digital advertising grants from the United Methodist Rethink Church campaign.
It shouldn't be hard for people to find directions to your church. Submitting your church to be listed on all the most popular online map services is easy and free to do.
You don't have to have a budget to cash in on great photos for your social media campaign.
A reflection from Mark 4 on how we grow and mature as disciples of Jesus Christ.
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