A social revolution has occurred in the last ten years. Social media has forever changed the way we communicate and develop community. At the same time, the urban age has dawned, and the convergence of these two global events creates unprecedented opportunities for urban ministry. This article examines the rise of cell phone texting, Facebook, and Twitter, including city rankings based on the use of social media. It concludes with recommendations for ways urban churches, ministries, and missions can maximize their use of social media.
Bush, T. (2011). Urban Ministry and Social Media: Moving From Billboards to Cafés. Great Commission Research Journal, 2(2), 297-309. Retrieved from https://place.asburyseminary.edu/gcrj/vol2/iss2/12