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How a Reformed Facebook Group’s Private Comments Turned Into a Public Dispute

"The anonymous website GCScreenshots featured not only the Facebook group’s remarks against Byrd and other Reformed women, but also a list of the hundreds of Facebook users who belonged to the group, including the church affiliations of the pastors and elders who were members." - CToday

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GARBC has scheduled a time of prayer on Facebook for March 19, 1:30 PM Central

"As our nation grapples with the Coronavirus disease, we will be going Facebook Live on our GARBC facebook page this Thursday, March 19, 1:30 p.m.(CT), for a special time of prayer. Join National Representative Mike Hess and ministry colleagues as we pray together for the following requests..." - GARBC

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3 Ways Facebook Groups Can Bridge the ‘Social Distancing’ Gap in Churches

"Streaming a sermon over Facebook Live for a week or two is a fine temporary substitute for in-person Bible teaching. But how can churches use technology to support the community provided by the local church gathering while we are prevented from meeting?" - F&T

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The fake news police: Who fact-checks Facebook’s fact-checkers?

"The report [by law firm Covington & Burling] did not present any case studies to support those concerns, so WORLD examined one specific bias claim in an attempt to see how Facebook’s fact-checkers work. Before we get to our analysis, though, it’s important to understand the power Facebook has." - WORLD

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Megachurch Partners with Facebook to Expand Outreach

"Nashville’s Mt. Zion Baptist Church has broken ranks with other churches alleging an anti-conservative outlook of Facebook. The church has partnered with the social media giant to better connect with their community and their congregation. This partnership has been active for several months now." WRNews

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