Volunteer sound techs are blessed with a calling to deliver great sound for their congregations week after week. It’s a big responsibility. And now that churches of all sizes are regularly live streaming, there are even more demands placed on the average technical ministry team.
I began as a full-time online pastor eleven years ago, and I wish I'd known then what I know now. In this article I'll share a couple of things that I wish I'd done differently when I was preparing to start an online church. Hindsight is 20/20, right?
Last month, we took a closer look at expanding your church through an online campus. Often called an internet campus, iCampus, cyber church, digital church, virtual church, or even church in the cloud, expanding online is a great way to expand your reach--without expanding your physical space. Below are ten helpful online campus tips as you prepare to expand your campus virtually:
The multisite church model is all about reproducing healthy growing churches in surrounding local communities. One of the largest communities at our fingertips is the online community of the internet where millions of people reside virtually. The next logical step for multisite churches with technical savvy is to extend their reach into this community with an online campus. It is one of the innovations spawned by the multisite movement.
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