The 4 Huge Problems with Multi-Site Churches

Nov 12, 2015 2:06:18 PM

 

As an involved member of your community, you’ve likely heard of the increasingly popular trend in the church space: that of the multi-site church. Those in favor of them claim that with more campuses, a church is more able to achieve its goal of spreading God’s word.

Others argue that just because you can open new locations doesn’t mean you necessarily should. It’s a major step – one that could fundamentally alter the course and nature of your church. As more churches take this route, it’s important to learn about the risks and rewards involved and the right way to go about it.

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The Best Live Video Streaming Equipment for Your Ministry

Nov 11, 2015 11:21:10 AM

Ministries around the country are finding the value in live video streaming, as it allows them to reach and engage their communities in ways that they were unable to before. Since you’ve found your way to this article, chances are high that you’ve decided that streaming could enhance your own ministry!

Choosing video equipment can be an overwhelming task. We’ve put together a list of our favorite equipment to make your decision as simple as possible.

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The 5 Reasons Multi-site Churches are Here for Good

Nov 5, 2015 10:35:31 AM

If your church is thinking about opening up one or more additional sites, congratulations!

That means you’re reaching a growing number of engaged members and people are excited about joining your community. Things like this can only happen when a church is truly connecting with its members and delivering a message they want and need.

Still, the growing trend of multi-site churches remains controversial. Because the subject is so broad, we’ll cover different aspects of it in this blog. This post will lay out some of the common arguments for multi-site churches. Next week, we’ll present the opposite case.

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How to Better Connect With Your Live Stream Audience

Oct 23, 2015 10:16:29 AM

As wonderful a tool as live streaming is, watching a worship service online is not the same as attending one.

So much of the worship experience is enhanced by connecting with fellow members and the greater church family.

Those aspects are harder to achieve from a distance.

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Answers to Big Questions Pastors Have About Live Streaming Video

Oct 20, 2015 10:43:24 AM

This post is based on"How to Reach and Engage Your Congregation In a Digital World: The Pastor's Guide to Live Video Streaming." If you’re interested in learning more about live streaming and how it can help you share your ministry, download the free guide.

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Is Your Church Using Social Media the Right Way?

Sep 29, 2015 3:06:20 PM

Your church might already have a presence on social media, but is it doing enough to attract and engage worshippers? Below are ways to strengthen your ministry through social media.

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5 Easy Ways to Improve the Audio of your Live Streams

Sep 22, 2015 12:19:19 PM

Live video streaming is taking off, and rightfully so. It enables churches to connect with their communities in new ways and engages members when they can’t make it in person. Still, even the most devout believer is going to have a hard time watching with a live stream if the sound quality is poor.

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[Interview]: Can live video streaming build a community?

Aug 13, 2015 9:51:00 AM

Deciding whether to incorporate live video streaming into one's ministry is a complex decision that is facing more and more church leaders around the country. Video streaming is a wonderful tool to better engage communities and touch more lives, but determining if it's right for you can be overwhelming.

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Should your ministry philosophy make room for live video streaming?

Jul 30, 2015 10:18:00 AM

Imagine going a month without your smartphone. Would you survive?

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Top 5 Reasons Your Church Should Be Live Streaming

Jul 20, 2015 3:32:00 PM

Increased access to the internet has transformed the way people communicate. It is nearly impossible to be in a public place for more than a few minutes without seeing someone use a smartphone to check Facebook, read an article, or send a quick text.

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