speaks about social media as this generation's printing press-a revolutionary technology that can spread the Gospel further and faster than we can imagine.
Are you ready to think theologically about this digital age and reach people in a new way?
Praise for Justin's Work
connects the power of social media with the potential for life-changing ministry in a completely fresh, easy-to-understand, and relevant way.
energy and wisdom bleed through the pages.
totally gets it and now you can too.
The rumors are true: Justin Wise
Not only does he
ask the right hard questions in The Social Church
boldly challenges the status quo, encouraging churches to embrace digital communications with vision, strategy, and purpose.
is a knowledgeable and accomplished practitioner of social media strategy and tactics as well as a practiced speaker on the subject.
consistently creates and publishes useful content that goes beyond mere thoughts and opinions to include the tools he
uses for success and the tactics and techniques for others to become successful.
Justin Wise is a social media strategist focused on helping people get results from their social media strategy.
He is a founding partner of Some Company, a social marketing agency.
Justin has also earned an MDiv, worked at a large church, trained Church communicators, and taught on the college level.
lives in Des Moines, IA (by choice) with his
wife and two children.
Connect with him at www.JustinWise.net.
More praise for Justin's work
is the real deal.
is passionate about local churches and assisting them in connecting with a new generation.
brings creative and innovative thinking to each training, but more than that, you'll find in him a genuine heart of service with a purpose.
has handled social media for both our SCORRE and Platform conferences in the last year and we couldn't be more pleased.
understands the power of social media and the benefits that come when it's used correctly.
Most importantly, he
accomplished our goal: people who weren't at the event felt like they were and were encouraged to sign up for the next one.