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Facebook Page Published for "The Disturbances"

By: EthicsDaily Staff
'The Disturbances,' a feature-length film from EthicsDaily.com, is based on video interviews with 25 eyewitnesses sharing how missionaries saved lives in Nigeria in 1966. Learn more via its Facebook page.

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Faith Leaders Turn to Twitter to Express Prayers, Solidarity with the People of Paris
Faith Leaders Turn to Twitter to Express Prayers, Solidarity with the People of Paris

By: Robert Parham
In the wake of the Paris attacks, the faith community has rightly been at the forefront of lament, condemning terrorism as evil and refusing to demonize Islam.

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What Your Church Can Learn from Twitter
What Your Church Can Learn from Twitter

By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan
Don't have time for Twitter? Don't need one more thing in your life already overstimulated by media? Well, Twitter can be a great way to meet new ministry colleagues and to recruit new church members.

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Best, Worst, Most Unexpected Moments at Baptist World Congress
Best, Worst, Most Unexpected Moments at Baptist World Congress

By: Robert Parham
The Baptist World Congress was a splendid overall success, despite lower than desired attendance due to fears of Ebola and xenophobia in South Africa toward other foreign workers. Here's an overview.

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Tweets Spread Word of Untold Story at Ethics Luncheon
Tweets Spread Word of Untold Story at Ethics Luncheon

By: Robert Parham
After a preview of EthicsDaily.com's documentary on the story of what missionaries did in Nigeria in 1966 amid several days of genocide that took 30,000 lives, the Twitter reaction was energizing.

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Christians Give Witness for Peace with Twitter
Christians Give Witness for Peace with Twitter
By: Robert Parham
Witnessing for peace through tweets and prayers might seem an anemic alternative to the hard power of missiles and military budgets, yet Jesus chose such "anemia" with his message of peace.
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Church Just Happened
I was thinking about how it would have been if they’d had Twitter on the Day of Pentecost, and if they had used the hash tag “churchjusthappened” (with no caps and no spaces). Can you imagine? Someone would tweet: “Mighty wind, flames of fire, unknown tongues. #churchjusthappened.” And they would be right: church did just happen, for the first time ever, because we often think of Pentecost as the day the church was born. It was the first time, but it certainly wasn’t the last. Imagine
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Let's Accept the Blue Bird Under Church Watchcare Or At Least Use Its Service
Let's Accept the Blue Bird Under Church Watchcare Or At Least Use Its Service
By: Robert Parham
Twitter can bring great harm and much good. Houses of faith can use it to fill the public square with transformative values.
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British Chaplain's Twitter Feed Focuses on Spiritual Care
British Chaplain's Twitter Feed Focuses on Spiritual Care
By: Paul Hobson
A Baptist chaplain in Great Britain creates a Twitter feed to provide a forum for those in healthcare to discuss spiritual care. It's taken off with nearly 1,200 followers.
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The Dangers of Communicating Via Social Media
The Dangers of Communicating Via Social Media
In our fast-paced times, technology provides us with tremendous conveniences as we communicate. But those quick messages via text, Twitter and Facebook carry some drawbacks.
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6 Rules for Pastors Before Posting That Blog
6 Rules for Pastors Before Posting That Blog
Social media makes it easy to let everyone know what you're thinking at the moment, which is why pastors should exercise caution with social media. Here are six guidelines to keep in mind.
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Using Twitter to Advance the Common Good
Using Twitter to Advance the Common Good
With more than 500 million members, Twitter was 2012’s fastest-growing social media platform. Learn how you can help EthicsDaily.com advance the common good through Twitter.
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Learn the many ways that you can connect with EthicsDaily through social media.
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Why Your Church Needs Facebook, Twitter Presence
Why Your Church Needs Facebook, Twitter Presence

Facebook is a great way for churches to keep in touch with their own members. With Twitter, churches can interact with the wider community. Is your church connected?

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Technology Shapes Bible Reading, Creates Global Community
Technology Shapes Bible Reading, Creates Global Community
Technology shapes how we read the Bible and how we connect to community. Can people of faith continue to make use of the best of affordable technology while avoiding its temptations?
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EthicsDaily.com Website Tweaked for 2012
EthicsDaily.com Website Tweaked for 2012
Several new features launched today on EthicsDaily.com, including Skype interviews with global experts and a second Twitter hub focusing on faith and politics.
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Shhh! Pope Praises Value of Short Tweets, Silence
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Pope Benedict XVI praised new communications technologies like Twitter, saying that even "concise phrases can convey profound thoughts."
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New EthicsDaily.com Short Video at New Baptist Covenant; Tweets Planned
New EthicsDaily.com Short Video at New Baptist Covenant; Tweets Planned
A new short video from EthicsDaily.com will be broadcast at this week's New Baptist Covenant 2, noting that some Baptists have watered down and spiritualized Jesus' agenda while others have been bolder.
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I Have Decided to Follow Jesus ... and Tweet
I Have Decided to Follow Jesus ... and Tweet
Two years ago, Robert Parham noted that many of Jesus' short messages were well suited for Twitter. Today, he follows Jesus' example of brevity and begins to tweet. Won't you join in?
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Vatican Praises Bloggers as Church’s Public Opinion
VATICAN CITY (RNS) The pope may not be ready to start a blog or a Twitter account, but the Vatican is taking note of the unruly world of the blogosphere.
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Small-Church Tweet: Catchy But Shallow
Small-Church Tweet: Catchy But Shallow
With only 140 characters to make a point, Twitter's tweets may be catchy but they're often simplistic and shallow. A recent tweet about small churches is a perfect illustration.
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Jesus Would Tweet, and Warn of the Temptation of Technology
Jesus Would Tweet, and Warn of the Temptation of Technology
Would Jesus tweet? Simplicity and clarity were hallmarks of his communication, unlike much of contemporary Christianity that favors brain-numbingly wordy theology.
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