Do you remember what it felt like to walk the hallways of high school between classes or sit at the lunch table?
Cancel culture bears the fruit of vengeance more than it bears the fruit of justice. Why? Because in order for justice to be achieved by rallying a mob of angry onlookers on the internet, the “cancelee,” if you will, has to have actually committed an act of injustice that needs to be reconciled.
A major consequence of the fact that the majority of us live on the internet is ever-increasing polarization. All kinds of ingredients have melded together to create the white-hot polarization so many of us feel, and one of the most prominent of those ingredients is the evaporation of empathy.
It is safe to say pastors and churches are more grateful for social media than they have ever been, Chris Martin says. Martin helps church leaders know how to measure their social media audience accurately.
Since more people than ever are relying on social media to connect with each other, Chris Martin says now is the time for churches try something new and "see what sticks."
Social media manager Chris Martin outlines three ways churches can use Facebook to extend the ministry it is already doing in its community.
Churches should use social media to add an online extension of their in-person, incarnational ministry -- never as a substitute for it, says LifeWay social media manager Chris Martin.
Social media strategist Chris Martin lays out ways churches can be more effective in their social media activity and outreach.
Chris Martin, a LifeWay social media facilitator, sets forth ideas for praying for fellow Millennials. "Churches need to be intentionally engaging the Millennial generation," Martin writes, "but before you begin banging on doors and offering free pizza, take a moment to pray."