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#50SocialMediaTips, 22: Develop a consistent blogging practice. Recruit multiple contributors.
Most ministries don’t have a blog, and if they do, it’s very generic and is often nothing more than an announcement repository. Given that most churches don’t do this well, there’s a great opportunity to stand out while producing lots of valuable content.
So, what should be on this blog (in addition to additional announcements)? The first thing should be a written version of the current week’s sermon, whether a transcript or synopsis with plenty of easily digestible headlines. Secondly, you should include a post from a staff minister, ministry leader, or even faithful layperson in your ministry, so as to incorporate different perspectives—all with the same ministry voice, however—into the reading experience for your ministry.
You can also highlight the current activities or learnings of a featured ministry of the week, or if you have life groups (or whatever your ministry calls them) at your church, get someone to share a post about how you’re learning and growing in your group and what God is doing in your midsts.
There are so many different directions you can go with a ministry blog; the opportunity is definitely there to minister to an audience that may never watch your videos or engage with you on social.
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Today's classy SHOUT OUT goes to @truthsandedits thank you for your submission! Please, everyone, GIVE THIS ACCOUNT A FOLLOW! The quality of this account is absolutely astounding! I love accounts like this one because the amount of attention to detail when it comes to light clarity is amazing. QUESTION OF THE DAY: Where do you think the book industry is going? I know we all hear about how it's dying and that the paperbacks will one day be eliminated, but I don't think that's true. What I mean is where are books and publishing in general going. I think it's obvious that ebooks will continue to grow and that that is the new thing. However this doesn't mean that paperbacks will sell any less. What I am excited about is that international selling is more accessible than ever before. What I mean is that before you could only really buy books from your own country, where now thanks to the internet we can be books from everywhere. This is a huge selling standpoint and I believe is one of the biggest benefits of the new age. What do you think the future holds for books? Comment below! God bless you all and keep writing!
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KW Friends! Feel Your Fantasy Issue 2 is now available at @giftedwaterloo & @wordsworthbooks in Waterloo. Learn how to start your own RuPaul's Drag Race Fantasy League! Read about the Southern Ontario drag scene! Gag on the eleganza! Also, !!
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How many people want to quit their job and purse entrepreneurship? How many of can afford to take that leap? Pre-orders available now!! Link in bio
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