Does your church have a digital advocate?

“Chenaniah, leader of the Levites in music, should direct the music, for he understood it” - 1 Chr. 15:22
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For years, many churches have appointed a ‘missions advocate’ (by whatever name they chose) to be a channel for information and challenge to the fellowship about worldwide missions. Coordinators for other areas of ministry are also commonplace.

There is now surely the same opportunity for churches to appoint someone to be the church advocate for the use of digital media in evangelism and discipleship.

Mavens needed?

Such a person would obviously need to be a web maven - a networker who knows a wide variety of online Christian resources/strategies and loves sharing them. They might function like this: This is a role very distinct from that of an existing missions coordinator or church webmaster, and there should be no automatic assumption that this is something extra that should be placed on them! Does your church have someone in this role? Please share how this works for you, and what lessons you have learned.

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