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Clergy must navigate traditional boundaries in new social media world. Developing policies is a challenge, observers say.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
When the Episcopal Church's Province III Youth Ministry Network earlier this month issued a set of guidelines
for interacting with young people through social media, it was on the cutting edge of a growing effort to help guide ministers as they walk through the digital landscape. Two or three years ago when Elizabeth Drescher was researching her book "Tweet if You ? Jesus," she said, the "big conversation was about why do we need to do this at all -- why does it matter?"
Now, she said, "that conversation is pretty much over … now they're really starting to wrestle with what's the best way to do that in light of our standards and practices for professional ministry. That's just unfolding. There's not really a clear standard for how that's working."
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