There definitely is a sense that digital has become the norm for most congregations. However, as we move into the future, there is also the sense that the church is becoming more and more digitally illiterate. To grow, here are 7 areas churches need to do more with digital in the coming years.
By following the industry’s best practices, you can ensure that your church is as user-friendly as possible. In this article, find the ten things I wish more church websites paid attention to, but often overlook.
One of the reasons the church exists is to disciple believers. In fact, discipleship is impossible without Christian community. And with the widespread use of technology, a door has opened for discipleship to become easier to conduct and accessible to more people.
We have witnessed generational changes in numerous areas of our lives and every week there seems to be something else to adapt to. The most interesting changes during this period have been seen in the acceleration of technology and its adaptation and adoption of things that we thought would take years to manifest.
Whether you are a youth pastor that works every day with high schoolers, a teacher in middle school, or a parent of children, you are looking out for these youth in so many aspects of life. One big area of need: technology. More specifically, the revolution of mobile devices.
It seems that nearly every child has some kind of mobile device. Whether it is an Android or iphone for children to call their parents in emergencies, Kindle tablets for reading, or an iPod for listening to music and watching movies, youth have a lot of power at their finger tips. At the same time, there is concern for the emotional, mental, and spiritual safety of them using these devices.
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