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Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today’s Church

Edited by John Roberto

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Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today’s Church
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ISBN: 9780814668023, 6802

Details: 144 pgs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 3/8
Publication Date: 09/15/2022
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Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today's Church is designed for pastors and parish leaders who wish to initiate or enhance their use of digital tools and methods to further their mission and ministries. No matter your level of confidence, comfort, and competency in digital ministry, you will find ideas, strategies, and next steps for you and for your church community.

Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today's Church
provides concrete ways to create and foster digitally integrated ministry and faith formation, extending the ministry of the local church into online spaces and communities where more and more people gather to nurture, explore, and share their faith today.

Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today's Church was created by a team of experienced leaders who bring years of experience in utilizing digital tools, methods, and media in church life and especially faith formation. Margaret Babcock brings a special focus and experience in curation and website development for a Catholic diocese. Deanna G. Bartalini is a parish minister and writes about how to use technology to spread the Gospel. Claudia McIvor is the cofounder of Digital Discipleship Boot Camp. Bill Miller brings decades of experience in faith formation at the local and national levels and is an author and spiritual director. John Roberto is an author, teacher, and founder of Lifelong Faith Associates, and he has over a decade of experience in applying digital tools, methods, and media in lifelong faith formation. Tim Welch is an author and has served as the specialist in educational media/technology for a Catholic diocese.

John Roberto is an author, teacher, and founder of Lifelong Faith Associates, and he has over a decade of experience in applying digital tools, methods, and media in lifelong faith formation.

ISBN: 9780814668023, 6802

Details: 144 pgs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 3/8
Publication Date: 09/15/2022

Reviews

"Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today's Church blends the theoretical as well as the practical in an accessible guide for ministry leaders. The varied perspectives and curated resources prove helpful for anyone exploring and advocating for a deeper use of technology in their ministry setting."
Andrea D. Chavez-Kopp, Education and Ministry Consultant

"Sister Caroline Cerveny's ministry and legacy as a digital disciple shines through this work. Her death is a deep loss in the area of digital ministerial formation, and I am delighted that this volume honors her memory by continuing the important work of inviting thoughtful theological and practical reflection on ministry in our digital culture. The result is a relevant and usable volume for today's ministerial leaders in our digital world."
Daniella Zsupan-Jerome, PhD, Director of Ministerial Formation and Field Education, Saint John's University School of Theology and Seminary

"We’re facing the most significant communication shift in the last 500 years. Digital Ministry and Leadership in Today’s Church presents current and compelling evidence for the use of digital technology in ministry, and even better, provides practical ways of using digital tools to integrate and extend ministerial and faith formation efforts. Church leaders will find this book to be a source of inspiration and a valuable resource for some time to come."
Steve Botsford, Leader in Digital Catechesis and Catechetical Transformation