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As part of an ongoing blog series "Church Online in 2020" we're taking an introspective look into the changes Church Online needs to make in 2019 for it to be a growing, healthy representation of...

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As part of an ongoing blog series "Church Online in 2020" we're taking an introspective look into the changes Church Online needs to make in 2019 for it to be a growing, healthy representation of...

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[As part of an ongoing blog series "Church Online in 2020" we're taking an introspective look into the changes Church Online needs to make in 2019 for it to be a growing, healthy part of "Church"...

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2019 is here! 2018 is in the rearview mirror and we have a blank slate ahead of us. With the new year comes this challenge: let's make 2019 the year of Church Online. Let 2019 become the year that...

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So, you had Christmas Services online. Chat host chatted. People engaged. It was awesome. But, now what? What's next? We've talked about this in the past... are we creating content for online, or...

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As 2018 comes to a close, we look forward to the New Year. Let's make 2019 the year of Church Online, where we intentionally focus on expanding our circle of influence beyond the 20 miles... Read More

It's a well-known fact to the Church Online world: Chat Hosts serve as the Guest Services of Church Online. If you've ever been a Chat Host, you've personally experienced one of the most...

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A couple days ago the New York Times published an opinion on the Internet Church movement. Simply titled, Internet Church isn't Really Church, writer Laura Turner examines popular movements of...

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Christmas is here! Churches across the country are prepping final details for their Christmas Eve services, making sure that everything is right. After all, churches will see a significant...

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It's relatively easy to experiment with Church Online. Broadcast your services on Facebook Live and count the views! The challenge here, Church, is not to treat online as a virtual church building...

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This weekend I was volunteering as a Video Director for one of my church clients, when the Lead Pastor said something that stuck with me for a couple days now.

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I had the opportunity to be on another podcast this week, talking about a fun topic for me... What does it look like to do Church Online specifically for Kids? What started out of a interesting...

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Many of the churches I work with do something during the Halloween season to actively engage within the community. Fall Festival, Trunk or Treat, Block Party... the philosophy here is to get...

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If you didn't hear, Eugene Peterson, Pastor/Christian Author, died this week. Words cannot express the impact Eugene had on me. Books like Eat this Book, Living the Resurrection, or even a small...

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A while back, when I was an Online Pastor at Christ Fellowship Miami, I received an email from someone in Kenya. We've all been there, right? The Prince in Kenya who needs $50,000 wired to him so...

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If you know me, you know I'm a driven, type-A guy... one to jump first and ask questions later. That being said, I've been told: "Confession is good for the soul." So here's my confession: Last...

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One of my favorite parts of the job here at THECHURCH.DIGITAL is helping churches take the next step technologically. We can always upgrade cameras, or video switchers, or PA systems. But no...

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Hey Church Communicators. We all love Facebook, right? What's not to love? It's easy to engage users through comments on posts and Facebook Messenger. Content on Facebook is easily sharable....

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Church, online is hard. I get it. It's new, it's weird... Truthfully it operates by a different set of rules. While its so easy to look at the online environments and apply the same rules as we do...

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Blockbuster Video? Remember them? At one point Blockbuster was a large, flourishing entertainment company in America, peaking in 2004 with over 9,000 locations. "Make it a Blockbuster night"...

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There are roughly 384,000 evangelical churches in America today. Experts guesstimate there are only 100 of them that are doing some form of Online Discipleship. That's quite the disparity. Why are...

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"How do you know communication is working?"

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We've got a Guest Blogger on the blog today. Rey DeArmas is the Online Pastor at Christ Fellowship Miami, the church that I serve at and call home. Rey and I have learned a lot of lessons over the...

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In a tweet, Nona Jones and Pushpay clearly encapsulated an idea that I've been wrestling with for years.

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Is your church a megaphone or a telephone? It's an old adage heard around communication circles, but especially important into today's digital world.

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