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Digital Resources for Church Communication

Like all leaders, church leaders have access to the web, perhaps the most powerful communication tool yet developed. However, good use by churches of electronic communication tools requires appropriate theological reflection and perspective. In a page of resource links, Faith & Leadership, an online offering from Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School, provides reflective essays by theologians, digital media communications experts, Christians using social media, online marketers and more. While the linked articles, culled from the Faith & Leadership archives, emphasize digital communications, some articles focus on off-line communication skills, and many lessons apply to both digital and non-digital communication. Organizing topics include: theology and digital communications, tips on digital and media communications, essays by Christian social media users, crisis communication, marketing communication, internal communication, conducting difficult conversations, and communicating around leadership transitions.

Additional communication technology tools to keep congregations connected can be found on the website of the Center for Congregations, an organization that supports Indiana congregations through workshops and resources. Also see our feature article, "Churches using the Internet to their Advantage," and our resource page, "Leading Your Congregation into the Digital Age."





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