How to move your church forward with 3 long term strategies
How much has changed in our world and church over the last couple of years!
We got the hang of live streaming in quick order. Now we have the challenge to do hybrid ministry and hybrid church.
But church goes well beyond one or two hours on a Sunday… As the world changes, we have new challenges and opportunities to build relationships and further the Gospel.
How do we increase our reach and have meaningful engagement in the wider community every day of the week?
How do we equip our teams and church members to serve and grow in a hybrid society?
How do we grow our churches and draw people to Jesus in the digital space?
Join this free 20 minute mini-training session to learn about 3 long term strategies for discipleship, communication and church systems.
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Evan has worked in a networked church for 6 years, leading in Music, Communications and Online Systems. With a Multimedia degree and 20 years experience as Digital Developer & Coach, Evan has developed, implemented and supported strategies and tools to serve in all functions of church life.
Evan cares deeply about the future of the church and he partner with Australian churches to provide valuable support and affordable digital resources; systems strategy, training, website and implementation.
“I commend you on your impeccable organisation – your website of resources and your knowledge of digital technologies – you speak with and from experience.
Your presentation style is very engaging and casual – you make us feel valued and you respect and encourage our contributions. Online teaching/learning is not as “natural” as face to face but your style rises above the disconnect online communities can sometimes feel.
Your style is inclusive – you acknowledge all members of the forum and you seek to commit yourself to all in the group – there is no sense of favouritism which I have observed with other groups in the past.
I am really touched with your enthusiasm and warmth for what you are doing. It gives you integrity. Keep up the good work!”