Posts Tagged ‘TikTok’

Speaking in tongues on charismatic TikTok

Thursday, August 5th, 2021

Pentecostal or charismatic TikTok is a thriving community of diverse Christians. Some say that the practice of speaking in tongues is not an appropriate way of praying on a digital platform. Others think it is acceptable. “Pentecostal theology is all about being led by the Holy Spirit,” said Heidi Campbell, “so the idea of the Read more

Questioning Christians find belonging on TikTok

Thursday, July 29th, 2021

“Deconstruction” may not be the flashiest clickbait search term, but the hashtag is a portal to a diverse and dynamic community on the video app TikTok. The TikTokers — known as creators — within this community come from different religious backgrounds and have different beliefs. But together, they are dissecting and rethinking the Christian theology Read more

Catholic ‘influencers’ use TikTok for community and evangelisation

Thursday, October 1st, 2020

When Amber-Rose Schneider first joined TikTok — the snappy, short-form social media app with more than 1 billion users worldwide — she wanted to see more young teenage creators like herself, who reflected her Catholic beliefs. A self-described “cradle Catholic” and graphic design student at Liberty University, Schneider, now 21, began using her TikTok as Read more