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How to Build Community When the Church Members Would Rather Be Online
How to Build Community When the Church Members Would Rather Be Online
The communication revolution is, to my thinking, self-evident. What is less discussed is the community revolution it reflects, and what that means for those of us invested in fostering community. Quick: How do you build community in your church if people – particularly young people – don’t want to be in a small group and would rather interact with people online?

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