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In this live stream interview, John Davidson from CMN and Ryan Wakefield from Church Marketing University discuss what it looks like for churches to stay connected digitally with their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the coronavirus outbreak, church leaders responsible for preaching may want to help their congregations to think biblically about coronavirus, its potential threats, and the promises God makes to us in the midst of those threats.
Communicating with your church is important during this time. Here is how James River Church, pastored by John and Debbie Lindell helped communicate important information and invited others to online services.
As more churches are having to move to digital services, we want to do all we can to help. This guide will help your church ramp up your digital ministry, digital services, and digital giving. Now is the time for us to serve people more than ever before!
Churches are working hard to create meaningful connections with their communities. Travis Clark, lead pastor of Canvas Church in the Bay Area, has been at one of the centers of the COVID-19 pandemic. This weekend they creatively used Zoom to create human contact in the midst of a community-wide quarantine. In this video he shares the thoughts behind this strategy and how others can easily do the same.
With the current COVID-19 health precautions many churches are moving to online services. One of the fastest and easiest ways to do this is through Life Church's Church FREE Online Platform. Below is a blogpost from them that outlines how to get started THIS weekend.
With the current COVID-19 health precautions many churches are moving to online services. One thing that is often overlooked are how to continue to engage children's ministry. This page from National Community Church pastored by Mark Batterson will give you everything you need engage your kids digitally.