The Church of Facebook
How the Hyperconnected Are Redefining Community

Jesse Rice
David Cook
ISBN 978-1-4347-6534-5

Our new ‘digital communication culture’ is changing everything. And the social media, especially Facebook, have become a major driver of this change, creating new approaches to community and relationship.

With great clarity, Rice explores the human need to belong, social networking and how it impacts our culture and the church. He covers a wide range of issues that any of us who use, or wish to, Facebook for evangelism, ministry or networking with friends and church members. Despite the title, this book does not address the vexed question of whether or how there should be ‘online churches’.

It is a vital and definitive study, and we strongly recommend it.

Part of the first chapter is available online via Amazon’s see inside option.

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