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 if they decide that’s an option for them.
Solid volunteer training captures that “I want to help” energy and turns potential volunteers into people you can count on. It also helps people decide if something is really the right fit for them. Poor training, on the other hand, dries up a potential volunteer’s desire to help—fast.
People learn in different ways. If you’re only utilizing one strategy for training your new volunteers, people who would otherwise be a great fit for your church may feel like they “just don’t have it,” and give up.
The more complex a volunteer’s role is, the more important it is that you provide multiple ways for them to learn.
Here are 4 effective strategies you can use to train church volunteers on tech.
Live streaming has become a staple for many churches, and to many, it is a new process. Here are a few tips to help increase your viewership with simple, small changes that will help your live stream stand out!
Worship pastors should serve and foster participation, not entertain spectators. They need to think like a theologian, labor like an artist, and shepherd like a pastor. To keep these priorities in mind, here are 3 guiding principles to lead by.
Churches need innovative ways to create purposeful, intimate spaces for groups of all sizes. In the current season, we’re seeing churches lean towards flexible ways to accommodate smaller gatherings. Whether it’s small group gatherings or less-populated worship services, churches are finding themselves in a position of needing to create welcoming, attractive spaces for smaller groups.
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