The past couple of months may have felt like a dead end—churches closing, people hurting, and ministries shifting.
But God never leads us to a dead end.
Pastor Whit George from Church on the Move shares how they’ve viewed this season as a bridge to a “new normal” versus a temporary detour.
Like Pastor Whit shared: it takes faith to enter a space you don’t know. For many churches, church online was that new space. We’ve been sharing great resources for reopening your churches and kids ministry—and we celebrate that many churches are reopening their physical locations—but we also know that God continues to use church online to reach people far from Him.
As we reopen physical buildings, let’s continue to embrace technology to reach people who don’t feel comfortable returning to our churches just yet–and those we might only reach through online ministry.
Not currently running services online? Our team here at Life.Church offers the same tool we use to do online ministry to you for free. It’s called Church Online Platform, and you can use it to broadcast your church services and connect personally with your attenders through chat, prayer, and more.
Choosing the Right Platform
Where’s the best place to run online services? We believe the strongest church online experience is through the Church Online Platform, but there’s also tremendous value in running services through multiple platforms, including Facebook and YouTube. Check out the pros and cons of each.
Video Editing Made Easy
You loved this blog post and this video showing you how to capture engaging video content from your cell phone.
Now there’s a video to help you edit your videos. Join Ricky (yes, the same Ricky from The Loop Show) as he walks you through some editing techniques.
Think You’re Not Ready?
“We’re not ready to do church online.” That’s what Pastor Jason from City Light Church thought, but when COVID-19 forced them out of the school they were meeting in, they had only four days to launch their first church online service. Hear their story of how this season pushed them to do something they didn’t think was possible.
Must-have church online resources
From training your online hosts to engaging families to building community, these resources will help you maximize your church online experience and lead attenders to next steps.
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