When it comes to church live streaming, data can tell a really interesting story—it can show that people were engaged until announcements started, or that you’re reaching a lot of new people you haven’t met yet. It can even reveal how you’re ministering to people who live in other parts of the country or the world.
Exactly which metrics should you be tracking? We’ve listed 4 below.
Churches face a major shift in how to worship in 2020 and beyond. Live streaming has become the go-to solution for churches and parishioners who want to stay connected, engaged, and spiritually fed. Pastors and tech team volunteers recently had to scramble to use streaming infrastructure to reach their congregation at home. Now they're faced with the challenges of improving their production workflow.
In the church tech world, live streaming is still relatively new and many churches are on the fence about it. In this article, we’ll walk you through five myths about church live streaming so you can decide if it’s right for your church.
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