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BETA31: Digital Broadcast, Digital Discipleship, Digital Campus, Digital-Only Church

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Pastor, you’ve got an incredible responsibility to create disciples. Why not use every tool available to make that happen?

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Answering Your Questions: THE BETA SHOW

We need your help. Text your questions to 4THECHURCH (484/324-8724) and we'll answer them here on THE BETA SHOW. Seriously. Grab the phone. Text 484/324-8724 and tell us your questions. Where you're stuck. What questions you're asking of leadership. What questions leadership is asking of you... and let TCD help your church take some practical next steps, and give you some advice on how to BETA the situation at your church.


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ON THE SHOW

Host: Jeff Reed
THECHURCH.DIGITAL
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NOTES

  • Digital Broadcast
    • Broadcasting that experience of church. One hour on Sunday.
    • What happens next? Invite to the physical building? Invite next week to next experience?
    • Ecclesiology of a Church - Acts 2 - not grounded in weekly "Experiences" online.
  • Digital Discipleship
    • Matthew 27's Go and Make disciples...
    • What does it look like to "Make Disciples" in your church? Start to do it digitally.
    • Strength of the internet is equipping people, which is what we do with disciple-making... yet majority of churches are not using digital for disciple-making.
  • Digital Campus
    • Combining church experience and digital discipleship -> digital becoming more like a fully-functioning campus.
    • Challenge: Don't call yourself a digital campus if your goal is to drive people to a building.
    • Digital Front Door vs Digital Campus
      • Validity in both models. Both will lean on broadcasting of services, but figure out to what level you're interested in digital discipleship.
  • Digital-Only Church
    • Who needs a building? This is not a model that is limited to Physical Church thinking... but one that allows for a re-imagination of church.
    • Ecclesiology is Biblically-based... but reimagined in context of community.
  • Stadia is working with Digital-Only Church Planters: stadiachurchplanting.org/digital
  • Stadia is looking for established churches wanting to go Multimodal (Starting Digital-Only Churches): stadiachurchplanting.org/digital
  • Interested in planting a Digital Church? Exploring more of these ideas? Connect up with Stadia at thechurch.digital/planting.

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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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