If you're a church leader that is involved with Sunday service programming, you know how important it is to have a strong team of volunteers to help with the various roles in your church. But what if you're having trouble recruiting people to fill the vital role of church tech?
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.
The volunteers who work with your presentation software are going to have varying levels of technical expertise. Whether they’re putting together the slides or running the presentation, the task will require some people to learn and grow more than others. Use these practical, effective methods to train your team.
Having a digital discipleship plan gives pastors and church leaders another way to teach their congregations that all of life is discipleship, from their waking and sleeping to their work, the way they spend their time, and the people they know. Digital discipleship is part of an integrated, holistic method to help people grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Worship software can seem complex to those who don't regularly use it, so some advocate for staff to do most of the heavy lifting and give the simple task of running it to volunteers. Other churches have a lot of success in running ProPresenter with volunteers doing everything. So, how should you approach the issue of running ProPresenter with volunteers? Let's look at both sides.
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