It has been two weeks since we had our very first Social Media Church Conference and we’re still celebrating all that God did.
More than 400 church ministry leaders are ready to amplify their ministry to the next level so they can take the gospel to more people from near and far! How exciting is that?!
In this episode, we’re going to give you a flashback of the conference experience and highlights from our speakers and thought leaders’ sessions.
Day 1: PLATFORM PRIORITIES
05:53 Nachi Lazarus - The Why and How of Using Private Messaging Apps for Church
06:50 Nona Jones - From Social Media to Social Ministry
07:43 Sean Cannell - YouTube for Churches & Ministries: 5 Critical Questions You Need to Ask to Make a Real Impact with YouTube in 2021
12:05 Casey Helmick - 3 Things I’ve Learned From 30 Million Podcast Downloads
Day 2: CONTENT MANAGEMENT
13:01 Brady Shearer - My Favorite Social Media Post Format For Churches
14:03 Joanna La Fleur -...
What a Conference we just had! And we want to give a BIG thank you to you, our listeners!!
After months and months of preparation, we are happy to report that The Social Media Conference reached over 400 church leaders worldwide!
Join our hosts Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson as they share a candid conversation about their joy and experiences as initiators and hosts of the recently concluded Conference plus sharing what the participants’ next steps should look like, equipped with knowledge and tools to maximize the power of social media for online ministry.
P.S We may or may not be brewing for another...it’s for you to find out! Hop into the conversation here.
It’s been said that a picture is worth a thousand words - such a cliché, right?
But the reality is, someone deciding whether to go to your church or not is looking at your social media posts, your content, and the photos of your church community.
So it may be true – photos really do say a thousand words.
In this podcast episode, our host Aaron Magnuson gets insights from one of The Social Media Church Conference speakers, Ben Stapley on the value of incorporating real-life photos of the people in your church into your social media content.
P.S. It’s time to look at a new lens for your church growth strategy! Learn more about these strategies when you join The Social Media Church Conference this July 13-15.
Churches, whether we admit it or not, the people we’re trying to reach online are still consumers at heart. And the reality is, they are bombarded with marketing messages and high-quality media everywhere they look.
One of The Social Media Church Conference speakers, Dawn Nicole Baldwin, shares an important conversation about how to keep your brand as a church, relevant using today’s social media platforms with host Aaron Magnuson in this podcast episode.
P.S. Who wouldn’t want growth as a church? Learn how to manage your social media effectively through strategies and insights from thought leaders and experts in the field in the upcoming Social Media Church Conference!
Social media and the internet have become today’s language.
And with millions of people out there who do not know Jesus, this is where your Facebook Ads as a church come in!
In this latest podcast episode, one of The Social Media Church Conference speakers, Chris Abbott, joins host Aaron Magnuson in a conversation about how churches can flip the approach of targeted ads to eventually lead people to Jesus.
P.S. It’s time for your church to grow! Get insights and strategies on how to elevate your online ministry game when you join The Social Media Church Conference this July!
The online space is the most inexpensive campus to grow. Even if you spend on advertising and boosted posts, you’re always within your budget.
There’s no right or wrong way to build your online church community. To help you get started, listen to this podcast episode as one of The Social Media Church Conference speakers, Sly King, shares insights with host, Aaron Magnuson, on building that community to effectively reach more people.
P.S. More of Sly King and 50+ thought leaders and speakers when you join The Social Media Church Conference this July. This is an event you don’t want to miss!
One of the things highlighted over the course of this pandemic is that the internet is just too big! We all could jump in and throw content for social media and other platforms, but it is still not enough.
And while it is certainly not a competition, NOW is the perfect time for us to truly maximize this landscape, and leverage the internet in order for us to amplify the message of hope in Jesus.
In this podcast episode, our host Aaron Magnuson welcomes Nick Ovalle once again to the Social Media Church podcast! Listen as Nick shares tips and insights for the growth of your online ministry.
P.S Catch Nick Ovalle this July for this topic and more when you join The Social Media Church Conference!
When someone new walks into the church, there’s always one thing people get in order to connect–contact details.
And the surest way of connecting with somebody is through their phone number.
We invited one of our The Social Media Church Conference speakers, Natchi Lazarus, to share a conversation with host Aaron Magnuson and give a preview of his topic about the digital platform most ministries overlook and more in this podcast episode.
One of the lessons this season has taught us is: there are things that are just out of our control.
The same is true to our churches – we were forced to let go of the box of control, and adapt so we can bring the message of hope in Jesus in the midst of uncertainties.
Are we now operating on a decentralized model? Or maybe a better question is: should your church decentralize?
Our hosts Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson share an insightful conversation about this topic and more! Join them in this podcast episode.
Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast.
Just when we thought we have enough social media platforms, we see and hear about another emerging application called NextDoor.
Join our hosts, Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson, as they introduce this newest tool inside our digital toolbox, as well as sharing strategies on how church leaders can maximize this platform to the ever-changing needs of the digital audiences.
Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast.