The current crisis has disrupted the normal practices of almost every church in America. From streaming services to digital giving, church leaders are learning quickly about the digital world and the creative ways technology is reaching people with the gospel.
- Digital giving is a lot more important than they realized.
- Senior adults adapt well to digital services for a season.
- Short-term classes and studies do well in the digital world.
- Personnel costs can be reduced in the digital world.
- Prayer ministries are thriving in the digital world.
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast:
- Church Future Indicator
- Leading Virtually Sale
- Zoom Video Conferencing
- Echo Prayer App
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