Online Church

Online Church

Problems Online Church Pastors – Facebook Pages, Groups & LIVE Streaming

I launched a Facebook page at the beginning of this year. It is called Lift Up Jesus. Though I am by no means an expert I have learned a few things about Facebook Pages, Groups and LIVE. Considering how long most folks stick … or don’t stick to their pages, I *may* qualify as an expert after all. Getting Started with Facebook Pages I did my homework. I created a lookalike audience based on an…

0
Read More
15 Indications of Jesus' Intelligence

What Was Jesus’ IQ or How Smart Was Jesus? 15 Indicators.

I am funny this way I suppose. Perhaps nobody else has asked the question of how smart Jesus was. It’ll be tough if not impossible for me to give an unbiased answer. After all I am a fan. Still I came up with a list of 15 indicators of Jesus’ intelligence. Blame it on the Gospel of Peter I am teaching through the Gospel of Peter as recorded by Mark. Between chapters 6 and 7,…

3
Read More
The world at your fingertips

Technology and Millennials, the Importance of Social Media in Churches

On the topic of Millennials again, a big factor to the millennial generation is technology. Millennials weren’t the first generation to have technological advances, but it would be safe to say they are the first generation to be dictated by technology. Social Media is Constantly Evolving For me, a 28-year-old Millennial, I remember the big things for me were computers, laptops, cell phones, email, instant messaging, internet, Myspace, iPods, Skype and Facebook. That list has…

1
Read More
Write like you speak

How To Write Effectively On Your Church Blog

Writing on your church blog regularly requires discipline, motivation, and a few practical habits. Avoid hitting the creative wall and let your thoughts flow naturally on paper by using these 3 tips: 1. Write Like You Speak To The People At Church Your writing voice should resonate your natural speaking voice. A mistake people commit while writing online is to use language that is too prim and proper. Avoid using fancy words that require a…

2
Read More
How to handle online criticism and personal attacks

How To Handle Online Criticism Of Your Church And Ministry From Strangers

For every problem, there is a solution. But in the world of cyber anonymity, there is usually a problem for every solution.  Any help, advice, opinion (however wise and sensible), will be met with criticism and negativity at some point. As a pastor or leader of a church ministry, how do you handle this criticism from people who have never met you in person (and probably will never have the opportunity)? Do Not Ignore Criticism…

0
Read More
  • Psalm 25:14-15 October 17, 2019
    “The LORD confides in those who fear him; he makes his covenant known to them. My eyes are ever on the LORD, for only he will release my feet from the snare.”
Latest Updates

Please use the form below for subscription to our latest news updates