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Relational Discipleship Online: What Does It Look Like?

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Tyler Sansom planted Church Anywhere a couple of years ago, a 100% completely online church ministry.

Because the entire ministry is online- and digital-native, his team has been on the innovation front of what church online looks like.

Today, Tyler is lead pastor of First Captial Church in Indiana and he recently started the Online Ministry Podcast, which can also be found on YouTube.

In season two, discuss how to do relationship discipleship online:

Recently, Tyler’s team has shifted to a relational discipleship strategy. What is that? And how do you carry it out, especially with an online ministry?

In this episode, part of Season Two, Tyler and Megan discuss how this came to be and how you can use similar strategies in your own church.

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