Pastors work far too hard. Most report working 55-75 hours in a normal week.

Most seminary graduates have inadequate training in business.

Most pastors, in numerous studies over the years, have said that the ministry was completely different than what they thought it would be.

Nearly twice as many churches close every year, as open their doors for the first time. 60 pastors leave the ministry every day.

SOCIAL MEDIA 4 GOD, under the ownership of Michael R. H. Stewart, is one of the premier social media thought leaders in the world, with over 150,000 followers, in 65 countries worldwide. In today’s world of disruptive communications, no one disputes the remarkable power of social media, but few have actually achieved extraordinary results. Michael Stewart invested six years in social media growth, after 20 years in various online businesses, before he offered his expertise to others.

In early 2016, he accepted the call to apply his knowledge exclusively to God’s work, as nowhere else are these skills more crucial than in spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Through the Social Media 4 God Christian Mentorship Program, we train pastors, leaders and their staff, in the tools and techniques which have allowed us to build a broad and devoted social media following of 150,000++ stakeholders worldwide.

Our mission, is a modern, social media application of the 18th Century theologian John Wesley, when he said:

“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you ever can.”


As Christians, living through the most turbulent and tumultuous time in mankind’s history, we have an obligation to impact those around us by broadly spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.

For Christian pastors and church leaders everywhere, there’s an even more profound obligation – to marshal all available resources to expand the gospel to the entire world, and to fulfill the promise of Matthew 24: “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all the nations, and then the end will come.”


Millions of words have been written about how to grow your church and the body of Christ. The answers are very simple. What did Jesus do?

2,000 years ago, when Jesus Christ’s time on Earth began, roughly 60,000 total people would be exposed to His ministry. There were no electronics of any kind, of course, and Jesus had to walk everywhere He went. There was just word of mouth.

Even today — 2,000 years later — how do we decide where to go to church?

We ask our friends.

And where can our friends be found? 2,000 years ago, they gathered in Galilee. 200 years ago, they congregated in the town square. Today they are found on social media.

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