NL 5/1/2018

This week at Balboa Union Church

Sunday / 7/01/2018

 Beth Gray


Genesis 1: 1-5 
Matthew 1: 4-11
Acts 19: 1-7

– We pray for our kids and young of Panama. May God keep their lives in his hands.

– We pray for all the homeless kids that, during this season and during the year, have to face the bad weather and sleep on the streets with no help.

– We pray the New Year and for all the opportunities that God will send.

– We pray for each member of our Church.

– We pray for the ongoing process with the UABR to get the land of our building773.

Glowing God, we have known your presence. We have lived in your love. Show us your glory. Reveal your glory to us.

Thank you, Lord, for all our dear friends and family here at the Balboa Union Church

God understands our prayers even when we can’t find the words to say them.

Next Week at Balboa Union Church

Wednesday 10/01/2018

Comming Events
Eventos Próximos

  • Fundraiser – Recaudación de fondos (air-conditioning) – T-shirts $20.00 / mugs $5.00
  • Wednesday night prayer meeting/Miércoles de Oración – 5:30 p.m
  • Annual General Meeting – Next month (time and date are pending)

Readings to share (English only)

6 Simple Ways Your Church Can Use Facebook Better!

The biggest challenge is that the goal of our social media should always be to create more connection between the church and its members and between fellow members. I really like this. We have made some practical changes to help facilitate this more.

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A Checklist For An Effective Church Facebook Page

Pastor, while your website is the “face” of your church and provides an important first impression, your Facebook page may be one of your most important tools for ongoing communication to your members and attenders. You can update this resource more frequently, interact with people more, and provide dynamic and current information about your church and your ministry. It is also a great tool to expose potential guests to your church. While your church Facebook page should not replace your website, it may become a more vital and useful tool.

How to Use Social Media Effectively in the Church

“We need to get…!” is a rallying cry many churches make. When a new thing comes out and a church sees another using it successfully, it’s not uncommon for a church to follow along.

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