Pinterest is a social media tool that people use to plan weddings, put up ideas for renovation, crafts, and many other things to get their message across. According to Moorea Seal, “I wouldn’t have opened our online store in the first place if it were not for Pinterest and the massive following that was constantly asking where they could purchase all of the beautiful products I was Pinning.”

If Pinterest is good for business, are we using it for missions and evangelism? More than that, if you are using Pinterest already, are you engaging? In our short amount of free time, it’s tempting to share or like an image (i.e. pressing the heart symbol), instead of comment. I, too, struggle with finding time for conversation. CMI encourages you to find ONE social media you like and wield that for the Glory of God from a place of compassion.

How to Open a Pinterest Account


Whatever way you choose to sign up, follow the prompts. I would also suggest you download to your phone the Pinterest mobile app. This saves you time and can be done while waiting for a doctor’s appointment, on a car getting fixed, or while your wife is shopping. It’s important that you understand how to use your pinterest efficiently. It’s more than posting pictures.

It’s making connections and building bridges. Find that thing in common and have a conversation.

My Favorite Pins




About Nikole Hahn

A new appointee with WorldVenture, a missionary organization, who works at FBC Prescott as a church secretary and has joined the world of cybermissions. You can partner with her in ministry, by giving at

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