I think most of us can relate to the expression “traditional service” from our church experiences. Some of us might even remember the time when singing hymns followed by a 3-point message was no..
One of the greatest challenges for online pastors is to create and maintain an online experience that is engaging.
I believe we can all agree that our goal is not for the online church attendees..
YouTube is powerful. Incredibly powerful... if you use it right. In this COVID-19 season, churches have been jumping onboard the YouTube bandwagon. But there's more to YouTube than just..
Well, church, we survived. Coronavirus took its shot at us, and we made it. We survived. We figured out how to stream the service. How awesome. We did it!
Wait, so it's not just one week?..
During the next few weeks, and possibly months, many churches across the country will rely on the online church experience to keep both physical church attendees and online communities engaged..
"I can guarantee this. You'll have a lot of people calling you this week." This is what a pastor told me just a couple days ago. He wasn't wrong. With coronavirus staring the world down, and with..
In a recent The Church Digital Podcast, we talked a lot about how to improve our video and audio quality to make our online content more engaging. And while we talked about the technical elements..
You've been broadcasting your church services for a while now, but for one reason or another you feel stuck. How do you improve quality? How do you increase engagement? How do expand your reach?..