"How do I get people to engage online?" This is probably the most common question I get about church online.
A people group unto themselves, gaming culture is taking over. From video game consoles, to computer games, mobile games, tabletop games, card games, there is an expansive community centered..
I first met Chestly early in the COVID season. He was working at a Church in Student Ministry, but had some passionate ideas centered around digital ministry. In the time that followed,..
It's time for some new voices in Digital Church. It's been said recently (on Twitter) that "listening" is the new "reading", and I've loved in this recent season listening to the Digital..
So THECHURCH.DIGITAL is rolling out it's Podcast Network, and I gotta tell you, I'm excited about the Content Creators we're platforming here on The Church Digital Podcast Network. Over the..
So, who are these people who are watching our Churches Online and what are we supposed to do with them? COVID-19 has brought us tons of traffic, and maybe for the first time we, as a church,..
Hey Jeff with THECHURCH.DIGITAL here. One of the top questions I get any given week, and by the way, this is also one of the largest searches we have in this COVID season through..
There's an interesting challenge before the Church today. How do you create community online when you don't have an existing community, Ekklesia, online. While some churches have had success opening..
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 rewarding,..
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.
Church, the rules changed on us. They always do, mind you. But this is a substantial shift that many churches have yet to overcome.