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How to Use Your Church Livestream to Connect With Your Community

You want to use your church’s livestream to connect with new people in your community. That’s a great idea. Fortunately, there’s a simple solution. The best resource your church has is currently sitting in your pews. Lifeway found that teaching pastors spend 8-10 hours preparing weekly sermons. Sadly, all that research and prep time is …

What Are Guests Looking For When They Watch An Online Church Service?

Lifeway has released some fascinating stats regarding visitors and online church services in recent months. One of the most interesting stats to me is that potential guests will watch online church services up to six times before they come to the physical building for that first visit—six times! Why are potential visitors watching so many …

Finding and Equipping Your Tech-Savvy Church Volunteers

We hear it all the time from Pastors. “We’re too busy doing physical ministry to put much energy into online.” And so they will broadcast their online services, which is easy. But leaning into the relational aspects of online, much less the discipleship concepts, even… few churches have taken that step. That being said, I …

How Broadcasting Church Services Live Can Grow Your Physical Congregation

Your online church service is an incredible opportunity to connect with new people! According to Lifeway, some first time guests will watch your online service up to five times before they actually come to the building! But what are people looking for when they’re watching your church service livestream? What elements are people looking for …

How Online Engagement During Church Service Broadcasts Leads to Discipleship

Online engagement, for the church, is the beginning of discipleship. This may seem like a foreign concept, how dialoguing with someone online can lead to discipleship. For many, our conversations in our online service chat rooms, or even in social media, can lead to lifechange. The Engel Scale, created back in 1975, actually details this. …

Why Broadcasting Church Services online make our church’s discipleship more Resilient

Our church services play a vital role in the operation of a physical church. Every church knows this. Sunday morning, 9am in the worship center, is a big deal and should be handled with reverence, respect, and awe. Through the music, teaching, and production elements we are creating a worship environment that, Lord-willing, connects people …

My Pastor doesn’t believe we can disciple someone digitally. What do I do?

So, you’re broadcasting church services and want to take the next step into digital discipleship. But someone from your leadership, maybe a lead pastor, executive pastor, or even an elder board, doesn’t see the purpose in digital ministry or discipleship. What should you do? Well, right off the bat, you’re not alone. In 2024, we …

Equipping the Church Volunteer to Succeed in the Digital Age

My church ran a volunteer campaign back in the day: if you can click a mouse, you can serve on production. To prove my point, my mom volunteered in church production. I was just newly coming on staff as the production director, replacing the former business director/production director combo. Weird mix, right? Business and Production! …

A Livestream Encoder Unlike Any Other

Resi has done it again. The Resi Mini Encoder, this tiny device the size of a hardcover book, provides Resi technology at the lowest cost ever. Now, churches can access Resi’s “resilient technology,” making live-streaming stability affordable to smaller and medium-sized churches. Pastor, this is a massive win for your church! If you haven’t seen …

Making the Case for Online Ministry: Convincing Your Senior Pastor

Much of the negativity surrounding online ministry has dissipated in this post-COVID church culture in which we operate. Once a cutting-edge concept among churches, Pushpay’s 2024 State of Church Tech Report revealed that 91% of churches are livestreaming, while 90% consider their ministry “hybrid” in nature. Unfortunately, the prevalence of livestreaming hasn’t brought that clarity …