Part 3 of 3 – People, process and church tech

The Church Online Series

We have been examining one of the biggest developments in church technology today: how to bring your church online.

This is our third post in this series, following Jay Kranda’s helpful videos regarding this issue as the basis.

His analysis of church online really dovetails with my own experiences in helping churches develop online ministries.

The first post presented an  overall vision for church online and the second post discussed  how to build a process, often called a funnel, so that  people who visit your online resources are plugged into a process that leads them through to the next step and, ultimately, to conversion.

In this post, we will talk  more about church online in terms of the people involved in your online ministry, the processes you set up and the technology that you put in place to implement the processes.

Church Online is a robust strategy that deploys a wide array of digital tools to reach people who live in a mobile, social and global world. Is your church or ministry ready to reach out to this new virtual mission field?

Check out the entire series here

Part 1: Turning “On” your Offline Church

Part 2: Church Online: The Steps

Part 3: People, Process and Tech for Church Online (this post)

Bonus: Other Uses for Online Church Services

Jason Alexis is passionate about helping churches, ministries and non-profits get their message out to a mobile, global and social generation. Having began his career as an engineer, Jason believes that marketing and communications should be based on hard data, systemic analysis and proven best practices. As the founder of Fluid Ministries, Jason brings this scientific common sense approach to church communications and marketing. He helps churches to spread the age-old Gospel message through modern high-tech communication channels including mobile apps, text messaging and social media.
As a devout Christian, Jason bases his life on solid Biblical principles. That said, Jason recognizes his own imperfections and failure to consistently live out his convictions. Because of this, he knows his need for God's mercy and compassion. He is inclined to extend this mercy to others rather than judge them. Jason strives to run his business and personal affairs with integrity and virtue.

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