Places to connect with Church Community Builder online

Church Community Builder has the opportunity to talk to thousands of church leaders about how people are staying connected through technology. We have seen great value in its ability to create real-world impact. Our world will continue to connect more and more through technology, and it’s important to always be looking for ways to use it to make a tangible difference in our world.

Therefore, I thought it might be helpful to take a moment and highlight the different places you can connect with Church Community Builder online.

  1. The New Church Community Builder Blog. As part of our new site, we’ve taken the time to create dedicated streams of content for specific leadership roles within the church so it’s easy for you to find valuable content based on your role. If you'd like to tailor the content you receive from us in this fashion, go here.
  2. Twitter. Not only do we see Twitter as a support tool for our churches through our @CCBTech account, we also see it as a valuable way to connect with church leaders from across the country. If you’re on Twitter, I’d love to connect. I’d also encourage you to follow our corporate account for insights on the latest trends in ministry, technology, and church leadership and also connect with some of our associates who are on Twitter.
  3. Video Networks. Our YouTube and Vimeo channels exist to provide practical resources for ministry leaders, train and support our partner churches, and share stories of lives that are being changed through Church Community Builder. Our video team has done an outstanding job of creating visual content that is both helpful and inspiring.
  4. Guest Posts on Partner Sites. Recently, I’ve had the opportunity to provide additional thoughts on church technology and ministry effectiveness on several partner sites. If you’re not already following these sites, I’d love to connect with you on The Vision Room, ChurchTechToday, and innovate4Jesus.

What are some places we can connect with you and your church online? How have you seen online connections lead to offline impact?

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Posted by Steve Caton on Sep 23, 2013, 10:02:49 PM