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BETA26: 7 Reasons Your Church Still Needs Phygital

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Masks are finally loosening up. Social Distancing guidelines are weakening. Yay! It’s time for physical church again!!! Let’s not forget the lessons of phygital, though. Here are seven reasons why your church STILL needs to be a Phygital Church.

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Host: Jeff Reed
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NOTES

  • Physical should not be in competition with Phygital. After all, Physical is part of Phygital.
  • Defining Phygital: Physical and Digital working together, not overlapping. Not in competition.
  • 1. Physical/Digital Worship Services continue to lose effectiveness for evangelism.
  • 2. We potentially can reach a different type of person digitally.
  • 3. Traditionally, physical discipleship struggles while digital discipleship is becoming highly effective.
  • 4. Helping keep people on-mission via Phygital (physical & digital) methods.
  • 5. Churches report Digital is easier & quicker to go through discipleship process.
  • 6. COVID Season was not a rejection of Digital, it's a rejection of lack of balance. For the established church, we need to find that balance.
  • 7. Digital leans towards multiplication, creates immense opportunities to scale, and starts a movement.

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Love you all! Praying for your Churches and your Ministry Online.

Jeff Reed
THECHURCH.DIGITAL

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About Author

Jeff Reed
Jeff Reed

With about 20 years experience serving the church in the digital/technological realm, Jeff loves working with churches. As passionate about Discipleship as he is Technology, Jeff uses his passion to help Churches develop technology systems to bring people far from God closer to him. Oh, and he loves Digital Church & Church Online.

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