On Facebook Changes with Jason Caston: Episode 86

Jason Caston is Internet Church Developer at The Potter’s House / T.D. Jakes Ministries and author of How to Get One Million Social Media Fans and The iChurch Method series with 2 volumes so far. On this episode of the Social Media Church, we wrestle to the ground about how anyone can possibly keep up with all the changes that Facebook keep throw our way without advance notice and how to get more engagement for your Facebook Page content. And, Jason Caston will be one of the many speakers at bioladigital.com – biola.digital conference June 3-5, 2014 @ Biola University in La Mirada, California.

Show Notes

Connect with Jason Caston on Twitter @jasoncaston + Facebook fb.com/ichurchmethod + his website at iChurchMethod.com

Jason’s books:

Praying for Nils Smith http://fb.com/nilssmith

3 blogs Jason reads to keep up with news on Facebook and social media

  1. The Facebook Blog http://blog.facebook.com
  2. TechCrunch http://techcrunch.com
  3. Social Media Today http://socialmediatoday.com

#socialmediachurch #podcast Episode 13: Jason Caston of iChurchMethod.com

A Year Without Facebook: Episode 54

What is it like to unplug? To stay offline, not just giving it up for Lent, but for a whole year? On this episode of Social Media Church, Clement Wen talks with me over lunch (thus the ambient noise) and describes how he did youth ministry without Facebook. Clement is Youth Minister at Chinese Bible Church of Maryland (in Rockville). This episode also includes an excerpt from Clement’s sermon where he described the things he learned from being disconnected from Facebook for a year, and even how that experience showed him an insight about the heart of God.

Show Notes

Connect with Clement Wen on Facebook facebook.com/clementw3

#article The Top 5 Regrets of The Dying (Storyline blog, 12/19/12)

#statistics The Rise of the @Pastor (Barna Group, June 2013)

#article NJ pastor orders church workers to stay off Facebook (11/29/10)

 

Episode 4: Social Media Church with Marc Payan

Social Media Church’s DJ Chuang talks with Marc Payan, a lay pastor with Christian Tabernacle in Santa Ana, California. Marc shares practical ways that their pastoral team keeps a pulse on what’s happening in the lives of its church members via Facebook, how they’re using Soundcloud to spread the Word, developing livestream video of worship services, incorporating leadership development, and more

Episode 2: Social Media Church with Nils Smith

An extended conversation with Nils Smith (@NilsSmith), the Social Media Pastor at Community Bible Church (CBC), San Antonio, Texas. Actually, his title is Pastor of Social Media and Young Adults (at the time of this writing).

Nils shares about CBC launched its online church in just 6 weeks back in July 2010 and now CBC Online is reaching 7,500 computers weekly with 168 services, that’s one every hour on the hour 24/7, plus its Spanish channel (CBCespanol.com), and online life groups. We even talk about staffing, volunteers, metrics, what’s flopped, finances, and more.

Watch the CBC Online 1 Year Anniversary video

The platform they use to host online church is mediasocial.tv

YouTube Playlist introducing CBC Online to new users

Want more Nils? Get more of Nils Smith in this video interview by Jason Stambaugh of heartyourchurch.com

Pilot Episode #3

In Pilot Episode #3 of Social Media Church, we hear from Pastor Eugene Hung about why he doesn’t use Facebook and how he recently started blogging.

Show Notes

Connect

Twitter: @socmediachurch

Facebook: facebook.com/socmediachurch

YouTube: youtube.com/socialmediachurch