The value of our worth is not what we post on social media for the world to see. Furthermore, it is not measured in comparison to others we see as we scroll through our timeline…
“Southern Baptists soon joined other groups in taking advantage of the microblogging service, making it a mainstream part of the conversation at the 2010 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Orlando.”
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The ongoing process of revamping The Christian Index now includes an easy sign-up for receiving our weekly email synopsis of stories of interest to Georgia Baptists.
Since the founding of Facebook in 2004, it would be hard to overstate the impact technology and connectivity have had on society at any another point in history.
You’re psyched for Back to the Future Day, right? Here’s how the movie also made some predictions for churches.
Georgia Baptists joined others online in giving voice to concerns that America has entered a new era for Christians.
‘It gives an appearance of connecting with others, but in practice encourages us to focus on ourselves.”
On many mornings Dalton pastor Brian Branam reads through a Psalm on his back porch with as many as 60 people listening, though he is the only body present. Branam accomplished this through Periscope. Launched in March, more than a million users signed on for the app that allows live video through your phone. Since […]