Faith communities are utilizing social networking sites in growing numbers. YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Google+ and others are being used in ministry as a means of outreach, communication, and community building. While social media can be a valuable resource for ministry, it can also be easily misused and potentially harmful. Join us to explore best practices for wise use of the internet and social networking in ministry.
This recorded webinar will help you:
- Identify and explore the unique boundary issues social media raises for individuals engaged in ministry.
- Define what every faith community’s internet policy should address.
- Address the warning signs of unhealthy internet usage.
M.L. Daniel is a lawyer in private practice in Seattle, WA concentrating in employment law. She is an active lay leader in the Christian Church-Disciples of Christ and will receive her Masters of Divinity degree in 2011 from Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry. Daniel is also a trainer for FaithTrust Institute.
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