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Kenetha Stanton

10 Powerful Church Statistics on Social Media Use » Capterra Blog - 1 views

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    A selection of statistics on social media use from a variety of sources
Kenetha Stanton

Digital Life in 2025 | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project - 0 views

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    This is a report from Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project that looks at what experts predict from the Internet and its effects on people and culture in the next 10 years. It's not directly new media or religion related, but their thoughts about what may be coming are thought-provoking as we think about new media and church leaders.
Kenetha Stanton

Redeeming Technologies - The New Atlantis - 0 views

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    "The Christian theological tradition provides abundant resources not only for critiques of technology, but also for the positive appreciation of technology. It is this aspect of the Christian tradition that I will describe in two categories: first, how we can find God in the work of technology, in the vocation of the technologist and the purposes his technologies serve, and second, also in the works of technology, in technological innovations that can serve to glorify God or serve the kingdom of God."
Kenetha Stanton

St. Eutychus | Facebook is messing with your brain - 0 views

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    A series of posts (start at the bottom for the earliest one in the series) on the way communication mediums change the way we communicate and relate, including perspectives of media ecology, neuroscience, and theology.
Kenetha Stanton

10 Years of Facebook | Don't Eat The Fruit - 0 views

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    A thoughtful (Christian) look at what it means for online and offline worlds to be converging over time.
Kenetha Stanton

The Best Websites for Thinking Theologically About Digital Culture Are…. (@By... - 0 views

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    The New Media Project gets a great shout-out in this list!
Kenetha Stanton

Moving from leadership 1.0 to 2.0 - 0 views

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    Rev. Susan Lang applies the development of the Internet in terms of Web 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 to styles of leadership in 21st-century congregations in this article for Alban Institute.

    "The Internet and social media are transforming the world and affecting the cultural context in which we live and minister. The question we must grabble with is, how are we as leaders going to move into this new world?"
Kenetha Stanton

Pastoral transitions in the age of social media - 0 views

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    Advice from a pastor on dealing with social media issues when transitioning to a new congregation
Kenetha Stanton

STUDY: Teens Leaving Facebook, Being Replaced By More Users 55 And Older - AllFacebook - 0 views

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    Statistics on Facebook users comparing January 2014 with January 2011 from AllFacebook shows decrease in teens using Facebook and increases in older age groups
Kenetha Stanton

Christian youth formation using social media | Faith & Leadership - 0 views

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    Article by Keith Anderson on using social media to engage youth as digital disciples
Kenetha Stanton

Social media matrix | Pew Internet & American Life Project - 0 views

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    New social media use statistics from Pew Internet
Kenetha Stanton

Choosing a Social Media Ministry Channel: Pinterest and Instagram | Social Media Minist... - 0 views

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    Tips on choosing the right social media outlet for your ministry with nice lists of the characteristics of Pinterest and Instagram.
Kenetha Stanton

Choosing the Right Social Media Ministry Channels: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube | Social ... - 0 views

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    Tips on choosing the right social media outlet for your ministry with nice lists of the characteristics of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Kenetha Stanton

Latest Data Suggests Twitter (Not Facebook) Is Now The Young Person's Social Network [S... - 0 views

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    The latest data shows that "Twitter's audience now skews younger than both Facebook and the rest of the internet."
Kenetha Stanton

Heidi Campbell: The Internet challenges and empowers religious institutions | Faith & L... - 0 views

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    "The digital culture isn't changing religion as much as it is reflecting offline shifts in Christian life, says a scholar of religion and media at Texas A&M University."
Kenetha Stanton

Twitter and tragedy: A revamped American religious experience | Religion News Service - 0 views

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    Article considers the use of Twitter during tragedy and questions whether it can be a religious act of prayer
Kenetha Stanton

Pacific Northwest UMC News Blog - The Church Needs More Innovative Pastors like MTV Nee... - 0 views

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    Interesting analysis of where clergy can have the greatest influence in the adoption of new technology in their congregations
Kenetha Stanton

Church posts poem on website, and learns an important lesson in copyright - 0 views

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    Another reminder about the dangers of using copyrighted materials on church websites without obtaining permission
Kenetha Stanton

Goodbye, unfriend? Social media bring new challenges for pastors in transition. - 1 views

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    Commentary on the challenges of dealing with "separation ethics" for pastors in the world of social media when leaving a pastorate.
Kenetha Stanton

exploring_the_digital_nation_-_americas_emerging_online_experience.pdf - 0 views

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    Report from the US Govt on Internet access in the US
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