We chatted about using social media to
empower people to share.
This week's chat moderated by Paul Steinbrueck (@PaulSteinbrueck)
To frame the conversation:
7 Ways to Empower People Through Your Church Communications
T1: Is your church’s communications more about promoting the church (institution) or empowering the church (people)?
T1a: How are you using #ChSocM to listen to people -- their ideas, insight, struggles, passions?
T2: Is your #ChSocM designed more to reach people in your community directly or provide resource your church people can share w others?
T2a: Do you know what resources your church people want to share with others? If so, how?
T3: Do you use #ChSocM to help connect people within your church to each other? If so, how?
If "the church is the people" then your church is also those people who post inappropriate content online...
T4: What's the worst thing you've ever seen a member of your church post online?
T4b: What if anything do you think should be done when you see a church member post inappropriate pics, profanity, vulgar jokes, etc?
T5: What other ways can we use #ChSocM to empower the people in our churches?
T-Action: What's 1 thing you're going to do or do differently because of our chat today? Feel free to continue the convesation in twitter or with longer comments on the blog post -- http://j.mp/1ovKOF1
Read the transcript on Storify!