Why Social Media is Important to Your Church

May 4, 2017 | Posted by Emilie Finke

Recently, I was excitedly talking to a friend about the success we’d found in streaming our services through Facebook Live. “It’s so easy! It’s free! It reaches people who are simply scrolling through Facebook!” By the time I finished my pitch, I was glowing. Surely, he’d bow at my feet, eternally grateful for the wisdom […]


The Pros and Cons of Electronic Giving

October 15, 2015 | Posted by Art Scherer

I’m old enough to remember the days of a cash-based society when my parents were paid in cash on a weekly basis in their “weekly pay envelope.” My parents and others in their generation did not start out with credit cards or even checking accounts. They had shoeboxes for weekly bills and savings accounts for […]


Should Our Worship Go Digital?

March 23, 2015 | Posted by Ken Chitwood

Coffee in hand. Desk light illuminating on my desktop. Blanket tucked around me. Laptop open. Worshipping. Listening to a sermon. Sharing fellowship with fellow believers. I was in Florida; my fellow worshippers in New York, California, and Texas. Welcome to the digital church experience. Reflecting on recent research by Barna Group, Roxanne Stone, Vice President, […]