The Gap with Online Church

I mentioned these two examples because friction can enable and disable the expansion of an idea. The internet has amplified many great things, but this new frontier has introduced further questions. For churches, the lack of friction encouraged ministries to start streaming their services regularly with very little critical thinking about the broader strategy of online. The shift happened in 2016 because Facebook Live became a free feature to anyone with a Facebook page and most churches jumped on the opportunity.

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Think 3 Not 1

You’re trained from seminary to the cemetery to preach to the bodies in the building. After the service is over and lunch in the belly the message has faded into the distance, but the internet has the changed the game. Unfortunately, seminaries haven’t adjusted yet. You no longer have one intended audience, but three audiences.

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Biblical Ecclesia, 2 Temple Court Gatherings, & Online Church

These two types of “Temple Court” gatherings are supported by weekday “house to house” gatherings which live out locally all the things a biblical ecclesia is supposed to do as Acts describes. Next time someone says “church” to you think less about the modern day experience that you consider as “church” and think more about biblical ecclesia. I want to encourage you the online church leader to make sure you have a pathway to encourage both “Temple Court” expressions.

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Countering Your Church’s Lack of Vision Online. No Whining.

Your church’s leadership wants to know people watching online will be cared for correctly. Those seat warmers on big boards monitoring all the vitals of the bride do care about everyone attending locally and possibly tuning in online. The barrier of embracing an online ministry usually comes down to trusting you, the online pastor or potential online pastor.

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