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Church LawEpisode 13|20 min|March 31, 2022

Social Media, the Church, and the Law, with guest, Heather Thompson Day

Find out if your church is using social media wisely and how to avoid unexpected surprises.

Social Media, the Church, and the Law, with guest, Heather Thompson Day

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Many churches have a presence on social media today. However, church leaders may not have considered myriad legal and ministry considerations they must work through when using various platforms.

In this episode, Erika talks with Heather Thompson Day, host of the Viral Jesus podcast, about how churches can effectively use social media and avoid the negative unintended consequences that always seem to be lurking.

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