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Matt Hogg – Digital & Social Media for Church [Podcast #331]

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Matt Hogg joins Blessing Mpofu and Chris Wilson and talks on church digital and social media. Matt is a vicar (pastor) in London, and talks about his initial apprehension to digital and social media and how it changed. Not only that, but he also shares his journey from consumer to creator. He speaks from a vantage point of a church leader and how his church made strides in this area.

Full of practical and actionable ideas and tips, this is worth your while. Oh! Matt also told us about a couple of things he’ll be working as he transition from his pastoral role and church.

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More about Matt Hogg TwitterInstagramMaking Social More SocialRev Chris:WebsiteYouTubeTwitterInstagramAlpha: serving the Church in its mission to help people discover and develop a relationship with Jesusnextdoor: neighbourhoods social media network / appStronger Network:WebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebookCPAS: Anglican evangelical mission agency,

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