Articles in the Multimedia Category
SUMMARY: A relatively new term in today’s lexicon is “social media.” You may wonder, “How can I engage my church, our programs and our people in social media?”
The answer is easy: participate. Get out there and get involved. If you aren’t in the game, you can’t win. Here are your Ten Commandments or things you need to do to get involved and win with social media.
Commandment I: Thou shalt blog (like crazy). That is the first priority. Set up a personal blog, a group blog …
SUMMARY: Effective church communication is more than preaching a sermon that inspires. It requires careful planning and consideration of your audience.
Here are eight common church-communications blunders to avoid.
1. “I don’t need a marketing plan.”
“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.” –The Cheshire Cat, Alice in Wonderland. Check out this tutorial for a step-by-step guide to developing or updating your church’s marketing plan.
2. “Ready. Fire! Aim.”
Getting your marketing steps out of order can be extremely costly. Just remember the three “M’s:” Message, …
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On 6 April 2009 a new movement will be born
A cry for change by the common man
Inspired by Chief Justice Reynato Puno
For God and Country
We Are The Moral Force
The Moral Force Movement
Watch it live on Pinoy Metodista TV.
The program will start at 9 AM.
On-demand viewing of this event will be available after the initial broadcast.
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We are embarking on a voyage, challenging and dangerous, through the many tributaries of Christian service on a common boat – The United Methodist Church, Philippine Central Conference – with two additional new bishops, as captains of the ship.
This journey would be arduous, over an ocean beset with challenging and hazardous waters with some areas heretofore unknown, uncharted, and unexplored. Nevertheless, our commitment to proclaim the gospel propels us forward and our unwavering faith in God is an assurance that this journey will be fulfilling and a blessed one as we press on our mission of “Making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World.”
It would be proper, therefore, at this time to outline to you the general directions that will guide us in this journey.
Four Areas of Focus
Throughout the connection, there are four areas of focus in doing our mission of “Making Disciples…”
In the recently concluded Coordinating Council meeting, Bishop Rudy Juan (Baguio Episcopal Area), Bishop Lito Tangonan (Manila Episcopal Area) and Bishop Leo Sorian (Davao Episcopal Area) gave updates concerning the ministries in their respective episcopal areas.
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Watch the Coordinating Council Opening Worship video with Bishop Rudy Juan preaching about loving each other.