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Tuesday Tip: Create Better Groups

There are still many educators for whom online education represents uncharted territory or a medium for which their skills are “good enough,” and not excellent. Here are a couple reasons to level up the online experience for students with a video-sharing platform.

How One Church Tripled Its Online Community

For all churches, the pursuit of efficiency is high on the list of things to achieve. When churches and Sunday services run efficiently, the church serving experience is far less stressed and everyone is released to be more Kingdom-focused than system-focused. This is why churches must use integrated ministry platforms to aid their tasks.

3 Easy Lessons Churches Can Learn from Business Operations

In past years, many of us have separated how businesses run from how churches run. The church isn’t about making a profit and getting more revenue, but that doesn’t mean there are a lot of things we can learn about operations, efficiency, and even the techniques of onboarding.

Tuesday Tip: Discipleship Steps From Discovery To Evangelism

Discipleship is a PROCESS and to deliver an effective journey, we need to understand the 6 stages, from discovering to serving and evangelizing.

Tuesday Tip: Steps for a Digital Discipleship Plan

Churches that might have rushed to create a digital discipleship plan during the pandemic are now looking to step it up and improve their strategy. Here are 7 steps to start the process and head the right direction.

7 Mistakes Churches Make With Their Website

You want to grow your church and steward its resources in keeping with the times. What does that look like in our digital age? Creating a website, of course! It’s probably been years since you first made your church website public and you’ve spent a lot of money on it and a lot of time went into creating it. Just because you haven’t seen a lot of traffic doesn’t mean that you should scrap your site. You just need to make some basic changes.

Digital Discipleship Models: How To Foster Community With Asynchronous Online Learning

Theological instructors, relative to those in many other disciplines, have perhaps had more experience with online education. However, there are still many for whom online education represents uncharted territory or a medium for which their skills and use of resources are “good enough.”

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