Churches who understand their online church offering will fare better than those who offer nothing post-Covid. Online Church has been the name of the game for the past year while church has wrestled through masks, how and when to open, and how to best serve their audience while keeping them safe. While online church will…

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Churches who adopt online learning platforms will increase their influence and impact while developing a future-proof discipleship framework. Americans love choice: What food to order and what service to have it delivered to our doorstep, where to move and put down roots, what club team or sport should their children be involved in. We love…

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How I Maintain Margin in the Madness of Isolation blog post text, on top of a BMW M5 at Thermal Race Track.

No one said this was going to be easy. Watching on as 250,000 Americans die around you can take a toll on you. As politicians fight amongst themselves, throwing their weak to the wolves, we are left to fend for ourselves the best we know how. Sometimes, that’s just not enough. I get it. It…

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Image of the blog title "Online Courses Create Healthy Churches" with a woman on a computer, smiling.

Your church is finding their new rhythm. Whether your state or county has restrictions on public gatherings or wearing masks, you are attempting to find a new rhythm for your church. This includes how to do ministry on the weekends with live in-person services, mid-week gatherings, ongoing classes, and ministry to families. The list does not…

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You do not need Linktree. Now used by brands such as Mailchimp, MOMA, Red Bull, and Rhett and Link, Linktree is the newest platform to leverage a single landing page for all your links. While the goal is to “… help your audience discover all your important content”, it only propitiates the fragmentation it hopes…

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