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Is Artificial Intelligence the Solution For Helping Church Staff?

For those of us in the church world, we know how much time and effort it takes to keep the constant production of fresh content flowing for social media and church communications if you want to stay engaged with your community. What if there was technology to help our churches complete all this writing outside of leaning on church staff and trained volunteers? Learn how artificial intelligence is helping.

9 Church Facilities Conferences

As you look for the best tools and methods for creating and maintaining excellent church facilities, these church facilities conferences are an excellent resource.

6 Ways to Promote Easter Using Social Media

Social media has become a more prominent communication tool for churches during the pandemic. When you haven’t been able to see people in-person, you’ve probably shared sermon videos and offered encouragement with those connected to the church’s social media channels.

5 Must Haves to Develop a Better Online Church Experience

When you think of church, you probably think of freshly brewed coffee, the laughter of friends, welcoming hugs, your favorite hymns, and the preaching of God's word. It's a place to belong, be enriched, and build up spiritual strength for the week ahead. Why would we ever want to give all this up for church on a screen? Well, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of individuals unable to meet in-person, and for a time online meeting in person as a church has become and might still be a mandate out of our control, depending on where you live.

Congregational Care During Covid-19

Faced with a global pandemic, churches around the world are adapting. The response has been incredible as churches have met fear and crisis with innovation and connection. In the midst of the first lockdowns, churches ranging from solo pastors to multi-campus congregations with thousands of members picked up the phone and worked through their rosters from top to bottom. Leadership and volunteers reached out via phone, text, and video to make sure needs were being met. Some referred to these as “COVID Calls,” others, “Wellness Check-Ins.” Social distancing has created challenges in care, and the way forward is not always clear. Pastoral care is changing and is more complex than ever before.

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