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From Blogs to Tweets: Wise Use of Social Networking Technology in Your Worshiping Community
Social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter are changing the way we connect, stay in touch, and share ideas and resources. What are the benefits and what are the dangers of these tools for churches and organizations? This presentation featured examples and guidance based on what some churches are doing.
Audio | June 01, 2010
America's Emerging Religious Landscape: An Interview with Richard Ostling
This wide-ranging question-and-answer session discussed religious and journalistic trends in the United States with the former religion writer for Time magazine and The Associated Press.
Audio | January 01, 2008
Working with Your Local Media
The relationship between churches and the news media is too often one of mutual indifference or mistrust. This session explores practical ways of connecting with local reporters and maintaining healthy and beneficial relationships with the media.
Audio | January 01, 2007
Realism and Worship: An interview with John G. Stackhouse Jr.
Worship that shapes us and helps us articulate our actual relationship with God needs to be as real as possible: true to the impossible ideals of the Gospel that both judge our present and promise us a glorious future, and true to the actual needs, opportunities, failures and successes of our life between worship services.
Article | August 24, 2005
A word study on "worship," with specific attention to the medieval meaning of the word and how it flows into a life of "worshipful service."
Article | June 24, 2005
A word study on "psalm," calling out the deep historical tradition of not only reading, but also singing psalms.
Article | June 23, 2005
Based on the book "Bringing Heaven Down to Earth," this word study attempts to make sense of the separation between heaven and earth.
Article | June 22, 2005