Religious social media use is flourishing, as much in smaller, more conservative worship centers as in the megachurches, says Sarah Pulliam Bailey, online editor of Christianity Today.
Concern that social media media will detract from people gathering for worship together is vanishing, she says.
“You have to proceed with caution like anything else,” Baker says. “It’s not Facebook that causes those issues, it’s people.”
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