A New Way to Catch Up with Connexus – on Facebook



If you're like 600 million other people, you're probably on Facebook.  Which is why we're making some exciting changes in how we handle social media at Connexus.  Changes that I hope will provide for even better communication at Connexus.

While we've had a Facebook page for a while, we're totally rebooting it.  Starting this week, we're making Facebook a new kind of hub for everything we do. Why? Because we want to make it easier for you to access all of our online content and connect with our team and each other.  Facebook is a great way of doing that.

All you have to do to access all of this is like the Connexus page.  If you haven't done it,  just click through to like us now.

So, what then?

  • Our home link on Facebook will give you one click access to our other online presences – our website, blog, messages, and twitter.  Our home link can be a bit hard to find once you've liked our page, but just know it will always be in the in the links in the left column below our logo.  Go there to get super easy access to all our other sites.
  • Our wall is a place for you to catch up and interact.  It will feature:
    • Content that's exclusive to Facebook (watch for it several times a month)
    • Postings of our latest messages, blog posts and other special events
    • A chance for you to post questions
  • A place to interact with our staff and each other. All of our staff are on Facebook and will be on our page regularly to talk to you, jump into some dialogue and answer questions. Plus the more people who like our page, the more people you can connect with.

I'll be back tomorrow with another feature we're really excited about with our new Facebook page. It's all free, and all you need to do is click like.

Try it out and let us know what you think.  What parts of it are working well for you?  What else would you like to see?

– Carey



  1. Bryan says, June 6, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    Thank God for Adblock plus, i’ve been able to remove almost all Facebook and Twitter frames in my internet travels. I’m so sorry to see you folks buying into this. Facebook unfortunately doesn’t give a hoot about anything except profits, and all at the expense of our privacy and personal information. Don’t give up the website, or blogs – they are a wonderful ministry. God bless.

    • Carey Nieuwhof says, June 6, 2011 at 7:44 pm

      Our blogs and website are going to continue strong. Sorry you’ve had bad experiences with Facebook and Twitter. We’re simply trying to connect better with people and we hope this helps.

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