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New Podcast About Engaging Visitors For Church Communicators Launched

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Learn how to use simple tech tools and why they’re so effective when you tune in to the all-new Tech in Church podcast episodes. 

Podcasts have become an increasingly popular medium for learning and personal development in recent years. For church leaders, listening to podcasts can provide a convenient and engaging way to continue their education and development as leaders.

Benefits Of Podcasts To Church Leaders

One of the key advantages of podcasts is their accessibility. Most podcasts can be downloaded and listened to at any time, making them perfect for busy church leaders who may not have the time to sit down and read a book or attend a seminar. This means that church leaders can listen to podcasts while they are driving, working out, or doing other tasks, allowing them to make the most of their time and stay current on the latest leadership theories and practices.

Another benefit of podcasts for church leaders is the wide range of topics that are available. Whether you are looking to learn more about theology, leadership, communication, or any other area relevant to your role as a church leader, there is likely a podcast that covers the topic. This allows church leaders to tailor their learning to their specific needs and interests, ensuring that they get the most out of their listening time.

In addition to providing practical information and ideas, many podcasts also feature interviews with leading experts and thought leaders. This can provide church leaders with the opportunity to hear from some of the best and brightest minds in their field, and learn from their experiences and insights.

Podcasts can also be a great way for church leaders to stay connected to their peers and the broader church community. By subscribing to podcasts produced by other church leaders, church leaders can learn from one another and stay up-to-date on the latest trends and challenges facing the church.

If you are a ministry leader, we recommend that you incorporate podcasts into your learning and development routine. Learning about the ins and outs of using tech effectively in church setups has got so much easier with an all-new podcast called Tech in Church. We’ve got all the information you need to know about this new resource.

New Podcast About Engaging Visitors For Church Communicators Launched 

 Learn how to use simple tech tools and why they’re so effective when you tune in to the all-new Tech in Church podcast episodes.

A brand new podcast in the church tech space has been launched. The Tech In Church Podcast talks about stories and strategies from everyday church communicators who use simple tech tools to go from frazzled to focused. 

The best part is that they didn’t drip out the episodes. All of the episodes in the first season are available all at once, so you can download and binge or choose which episodes you want to listen to first and in what order.

Season 1 of the Tech In Church Podcast Episodes

Episode 1: Following up with church guests after big events

About all things guest communications. Caleb Oliver tells you how to use tech to communicate with your community and church attendees before and after they come to your church. 

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Episode 2: Follow up strategies for small churches

This episode discusses small church communications with Pastor Carley Moore, who uses Text In Church to help him with pastoral care. They break down how you too can incorporate his strategy into your church communication, to ensure you spend more time building relationships and focusing on the very things that got you into ministry in the first place.

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Clear communication: 7 Examples of Text Messages Pastors Can Send To Church Members In December

Episode 3: Using tech tools for seasonal devotional series

They take a look at how to use technology for a devotional series with Josh Gribble, who serves in a church in Conyers, Georgia. In their conversation, Josh describes how he uses Text In Church to help him connect with his church members and support them along their spiritual journeys. He also reflects on what he’s learned from his latest seasonal devotion. Tuning in, you’ll hear their breakdown of how you can incorporate his strategy into your church communications.

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Episode 4: How a small church uses technology to communicate with members

Hosts Jeanette and Nina discuss how Becky Friberg uses Text In Church to stay connected with her congregation. As you listen to Becky’s interview with Text In Church CEO Tyler Smith, you’ll learn how using two forms of communication leads to better engagement, and what an automated workflow is. You’ll come to understand how easy it is to use the Text In Church workflow system, the simplistic beauty of the QR code, and how two-way communication can help build meaningful connections. 

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Schedule time to learn from podcasts and enhance your knowledge on the latest tech that can be used in your church today.

Episode 5: Using technology to build relationships for churches

Hear all about how Alex Card used Text In Church connected with her church community during the pandemic shutdown. You’ll learn how technology helped her form even deeper connections with her congregation and the greater community. We are reminded that God is peace and are shown how technology can be used to reiterate God’s presence in our lives. Hosts, Nina and Jeanette, walk us through what makes texting a great tool to use, the importance of having real conversations, and why the text is an intimate form of communication. There are also insights into how prayer requests, sent and received via text, can help boost pastoral care. With an in-depth analysis of how to use Text In Church effectively.

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Episode 6: A NEW tech tool for churches with Caleb Miller, CXO Text in Church

Caleb Miller is the CXO of Text in Church and in this episode he is thrown hot potato questions regarding the launch of a new product, Talk In Church. Caleb explains why this new phone system is beneficial for churches, why it’s better than what we may already have and more.

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Guests next steps: 5 Creative Ways To Use Texting For Church Guest Follow-Up

Episode 7: Practical ways to deepen relationships with technology

Text In Church member, Jen Swindell from Asberry Church in North Carolina, shares what she calls measurable praises that she experienced using Text In Church to connect with her community and build better relationships. As they continue with their chat, they share with listeners how they can take Jen’s inspiring stories to create their own measurable results! 

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Episode 8: Known, noticed, and loved: A conversation with Nina & Jeanette

Jeanette and Nina take a deep dive into what it means to be ‘known, noticed, and loved’. They discuss the power of guest follow-up, the importance of a positive member experience, and how to use communication to connect successfully with your church community and build long-lasting, positive relationships. You will hear how Text In Church can enable you to do all these things and how you can be intentional and relevant while building and feeling a real connection.

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ANOTHER PODCAST YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT

If you are interested in staying up-to-date on the latest trends, tools, and tips for digital ministry and church tech, we invite you to check out the Church Online Podcast.

This podcast covers a wide range of topics related to technology and its use in the church, including social media, website design, online giving, and much more. 

Whether you are a pastor, a church tech specialist, or simply someone who is interested in the intersection of faith and technology, the Church Online Podcast has something for you. 

Subscribe today and join the conversation!

Click here to discover the Church Online Podcast 

WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO?

Are you a pastor or ministry staffer who listens to podcasts? If so, we would love to hear from you! What podcasts do you find valuable, and why? Share the topics or specific names of the podcasts you listen to in the comment section below. We are always looking for new and interesting podcasts to add to our listening rotation, and we would love to hear your recommendations.

Find out more about cutting-edge tech and your church when you tune in to Church Online Podcast: Jeff Reed on the VR and Metaverse Church.

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