We're living through the greatest communications shift in over 500 years.
You may have heard that before.
For today's episode of The 95 Podcast, we had a special opportunity to connect with Brady Shearer, Founder of Pro Church Tools, Nucleus, RebelGive, and many other resources for churches, and welcome him onto the show to share his expertise about how churches can be effective online.
This one is timely, practical, and encouraging, all in one.
Pastor, you need to take to heart the insight that Brady is sharing today. His insight is not anything that you can ignore or avoid. Listen in!
1) There are 167 hours beyond your Sunday service every single week. We have the tools to support people in their walk with Christ every single day of the week in more ways than we've ever had before.
2) "Big" churches aren't ahead of the game in digital just because they have more people. Many larger churches had their rise in influence before digital platforms really took the place they hold now in our world. So they might not be the best models for effective digital strategy...
3) Finding the intersection between faith and culture is the starting point for great content. Brady shares that the best online content provides value universally to those who have been part of the faith for years and those who are not yet connected to Jesus.
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Dale is the Executive Director here at 95Network and the author of Stalled: Hope and Help for Pastors Who Thought They'd Be There By Now. He has been in ministry for 40 years and is dedicated to helping small and mid-size churches get healthy. Dale has served in nearly every role of church leadership (except Worship Pastor), and has had a wide variety of coaching and consulting experience. He and his wife Gina have been married almost 40 years and live in Greenville, SC.