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Video vs. Live Teaching: What Multisite Strategy Is Best For You?

Choosing the best teaching model for your church is critical to the successful launch of new campuses—and there are pros and cons to each approach, especially in the areas of financial investment, sustainability, scalability, and leadership development. 

3 Vital Mistakes To Avoid As You Learn To Pastor Online

The skills needed to pastor an online church are different than those in typical pastoring in the 21st century. For one thing, it's more about PASTORING and less about ONLINE. Hindsight is 20/20, right? Let my mistakes be a lesson to you as you learn how to lead an online ministry.

2 Things I Wish I’d Done Differently When Starting an Online Church

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?

5 Things Pastors Must Do Today

Basketball analogies are common among people growing up in Indiana, myself included. We compare most everything to a full-court press, slam dunk, or a variety of basketball terms. The Coronavirus is no exception and is certainly a game-changer for the American Church. Suddenly we find ourselves without the comfortable lead we have always enjoyed. The preparations we make over the next few weeks will have a great impact on the outcome for our church and its congregation.

10 Tech Ideas to Bless Your Pastor During Pastor Appreciation Month

The Bless Your Pastor movement (#BlessYourPastor)  provides free materials to Christians and churches in order to honor pastors and clergy members. The goal is to help people share God’s love with their pastor and church staff, who often face financial struggles. 1 Thessalonians 5:12 calls Christians to show their deep appreciation to those who minister to them. Galatians 6:6 says people are to share all good things with the one who teaches them.

5 Practical Ways Pastors Can Set Goals in the New Year

It’s tradition to make new plans and set new goals at the start of a new year. From home to work to church, pastors and church leaders are asking themselves: "What do I want to do to make this year better than last year?

Olive Tree Bible Software [Review]

Few quality mobile Bible study apps predate the iPhone, iPad, or any Android device. Olive Tree Bible Software successfully launched before the smartphone and, unlike most Bible apps released long ago, it’s still going strong in the modern era of smartphones, tablets, and runs on a desktop or laptop.

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