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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 …

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. …

How to Boost Online Church Attendance and Community Engagement

From a technical perspective, livestreaming church services is relatively easy —especially if you’re using Resi technology. Unfortunately, questions like “Who is watching?” and “What do they want?” aren’t so easy to answer.  However, the answers to those questions are extremely important when trying to figure out how to increase church engagement and attendance online. Your …

How to Make Your Church Livestreams More Engaging for Everyone

Most churches today recognize the benefit of livestreaming their services, see how it’s creating new avenues for engagement, and are actively seeking out ways to refine and maximize these platforms’ effectiveness for ministry.  Let’s explore some strategies on improving and getting more views on your church livestream each week.  Why You Need a Church Livestreaming …

Maximizing Engagement with “On Demand”

As our world becomes increasingly digital, engaging with congregants goes beyond the walls of your physical church walls. Video has been (and still is!) on the rise as a way to engage with people, no matter where they are. In 2023, people are watching, on average, 17 hours of online videos per week.  With the …