If you are a team leader for your ministry and you are trying to recruit more church media team volunteers, understanding the why behind someone's desire to serve at church can be very helpful. Here are 5 reasons why people volunteer for church tech teams on Sundays.
There are still many educators for whom online education represents uncharted territory or a medium for which their skills are “good enough,” and not excellent. Here are a couple reasons to level up the online experience for students with a video-sharing platform.
At the rate of 30% of volunteers quitting to serve each year, the church doesn’t want to give willing community members a reason to join that statistic. Using smart software that allows volunteers to easily and quickly sign up for opportunities helps.
Theological instructors, relative to those in many other disciplines, have perhaps had more experience with online education. However, there are still many for whom online education represents uncharted territory or a medium for which their skills and use of resources are “good enough.”
Everything Pushpay does is driven by its purpose to bring people together by strengthening community, connection, and belonging. As part of a new campaign to showcase how churches are making that happen, a team of Pushpay associates hit the road.
Not long ago, I read an article arguing that live streaming doesn’t benefit the Church. Is that true? Surely, we have refined our process and found ways to engage live stream worshippers, making it easy for them to pivot to in-person worship.
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