#socialmediaday

Remember Myspace? It was a virtual pioneer in social media when it launched in 2003, but with the introduction of Facebook three years later the social media landscape was forever changed!

Today we’re no long talking about millions—but billions—of users in a worldwide social media phenomenon! But did you know that Museum of the Bible is helping people engage with the Bible before it’s even open later this year? Considered one of the top ten museums in the world on Facebook with over a million followers!

The Museum’s mission is to help people engage with the Bible, so why not through social media? #mBible, where millions of people experience the Bible socially every day: sharing artifacts; stories of impact; and live interviews!

Engage with the Bible—in a new conversation surrounding this Book of all books!

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