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What’s the Best Church Microphone for Livestreaming Services?

Though video quality often takes center stage when evaluating a livestream, let’s not forget the importance of great audio. Clear, high-quality sound is crucial. Every word, song, and prayer needs to come through clearly, as this enables the congregation to fully participate, whether they’re there in person or watching from home. Investing in the best …

What is Video Compression? Video Compressors Explained

A video compressor is a software that reduces video file sizes by eliminating some data. An uncompressed file can be hundreds of gigabytes in size, which would be prohibitively expensive to store or transfer. That’s why compressing video is crucial for over-the-top (OTT) streaming or delivering video content directly to viewers using the Internet. There …

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 …

What Church Sound System Setup Is Best for Livestreaming

When you’re broadcasting Sunday services, having the right sound system setup is necessary for delivering clear, high-quality audio that brings your church service into the homes of your congregation. A well-designed church sound system has to do two things: However, choosing the right equipment and configuration can be daunting, given the myriad of options available. …

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. …

Resi Media Launches Livestream Innovations to Enable More Seamless Connections in the Church

The new Resi Mini Encoder and QRclick™ empower ministry leaders to deliver a more dynamic and engaging experience for their community, from anywhere Resi, an end-to-end solution for online and multisite video streaming, launches its new Resi Mini Encoder, a powerful, portable and affordable hardware option that empowers churches to broadcast their full worship service …

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 …

5 Reasons Your Church Shouldn’t Stop Livestreaming

For church leaders, guiding a community through uncertain times isn’t just a job—it’s a calling. Yet, amidst the multitude of tasks and challenges faced daily, the decision to maintain a technologically advanced service, such as livestreaming, can often appear burdensome, time-consuming, and potentially conflicting with traditional values. Once a stop-gap measure hastily adopted to remain …

Where Should Churches Livestream Their Services

It’s uncommon to stumble upon a church that doesn’t provide an online avenue for engaging with its services. Once churches embraced livestream technology, the next question arose naturally: “Where should we broadcast our church services?” To which most churches replied, “Everywhere.” In marketing terms, this concept is called an “omni-channel strategy.” You’re taking a communication …