Dearest church leader, online pastor, or tech worker-
With all sincerity, I tell you this:
Take a break.
It’s the only way you’re going to successfully rediscover your RHYTHM.
Don’t get snippy with..
In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a significant change in how the church uses digital platforms for gathering communities together. In the months to come, the question I’ve been asking myself is,..
Healthy discussion, prayer and spiritual formation using mediated technology.
There is no complete substitute for relationships in real spaces. We are ultimately made for proximity and for touch...
You know that playbook you had? The strategy that you built for your church? For the foreseeable future it's trash. Not to mention, when the dust settles on this COVID-19 season, I don't think..
As many of us are needing to engage various levels of social isolation, including sheltering in place, walking is one of the only activities in the world left us. We can use our walks as an amazing..
COVID-19 has broken precedence with its highly contagious nature and ability to spread so quickly across the world. We have never seen anything like this. Yet I cannot help but think, there is one..
What is the role of the Church? In this Coronavirus season, that is a difficult question.
How do we broadcast our church service online? By far this is the most popular question the church is..
Psst. Church leaders.
Let’s rap about Zoom.
You know the whole video conferencing thing that has become even more of a thing in the last few weeks, as COVID-19 has taken over?
I don’t want to talk..
In part one of this article, we looked at four important criteria for creating digital community in your church, and gave some quick recommendations if you want to pursue a decentralized approach..