How Social Is Changing Church

April 30, 2015

Not that long ago, church was a place. It was a building where people gathered together to worship, pray, and fellowship. The church building was the hub for all our spiritual interactions.

Today, because of the Internet, church is no longer confined to a building. Social media platforms have allowed people to connect with each other more regularly and on any topic, shifting the center of faith interaction from church buildings to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and other apps and social platforms.

Read more at: http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/faithandtheinternet/2015/04/how-social-is-changing-church.html#



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