It was at least five years ago that my friend and perpetual early adopter Ed Marcelle first mentioned hashtags to me as a suggestion for our church. I’ll be honest, I didn’t get it, and figured that the “pound sign” was just a passing fad for him and the culture as a whole. By the time Jimmy Fallon did this hilarious skit about hashtags, they were still kind of a confused joke for most people, a way to make any post a bit funnier. Today, there is a far greater understanding of how hashtags work and why they are helpful in pulling together content. But do they really matter for your church?
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My name is Phil. I am the Executive Pastor of Leadership and Development at Mosaic Church in west Orlando, FL where I live with my wife and three kids. I'm into running and kayaking.
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My name is Gabriel. I am the Pastor of Discipleship and Mission at Mosaic, a muliti-site church in West Orlando, FL. My wife and and I are passionate about serving our city and changing our world.