Don’t ditch your service for the live stream unless you have to

This past Sunday we were able to meet back in our church building following a second short lockdown. But we are not intending to stop

Teachers ‘n’ trainers UK (LockDown Lookbook)

We may be heading into a second-wave lockdown but true style never rests. Forced to stay in? These guys have got you covered. Be the

What our streaming & home group setup look like (and how it has evolved)

A little while ago, when discussing what we were doing in respect to live streaming and home groups going forward. I thought it might be

Three things to remember when you’re digitally worn out

I saw this tweet yesterday and I fully sympathise Between live streaming services, Zoom calls Community Groups, WhatsApp video calls, recording podcasts online, continuing to

Four reasons to make your own church live stream (if you have one) a priority

Yesterday, I wrote about how we (particularly preachers and pastors) ought to respond when our live stream goes wrong. It was prompted by the fact

What to do when your live stream goes wrong?

On Sunday, our church live stream went badly wrong. Lots of less than excellent things happened, but the low point was when YouTube AI decided

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