Does your church have a well-defined digital ministry strategy to engage with people who are outside the church and outside the faith?
In an article by guest writer Tony Morgan @tonymorganlive, we explore the 3 stats that will inspire you to take digital ministry to another level.
Worship, in all forms, requires focusing on God and not on anything else. Therefore, by eradicating or mitigating distractions for your people, you will create a space that encourages the focus to be on God, and not the production process.
Producing a seamless online worship experience should be a priority for your team. Worship, in all forms, requires focusing on God and not on anything else. Therefore, by eradicating or mitigating distractions for your people, you will create a space that encourages the focus to be on God, and not the production process.
Online educators have uncovered various best practices that elevate the experience of digital learners and are effective regardless of a student’s learning venue. Whether you’re teaching an online Bible study, leading a digital discipleship course, or offering your church members a theology class, these tips and tools will help you to communicate powerfully in an online format.
Every quarter, The Unstuck Group compiles all the data collected using our Vital Signs Assessment tool to monitor trends in churches in the United States and around the world and releases it in a quarterly Unstuck Church Report. Churches recently completed the assessment to help us get a picture of where there is health and where churches appear to be getting stuck. We share 3 important findings here.
Don’t we all hope that the online-only days are behind us? But with cool weather, flu season, and a million other variables, we just don’t know what to expect. Would you be ready for online church? Set up your attendees and staff for an easier pivot when you cover your bases and get ready for the possibility of another online church season.
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