What does it look like to equip the church to engage the world with the truth of Jesus? At Subsplash we’ve been asking this question for over a decade, and we’ve found compelling answers in great technology. Join us to explore how technology serves the mission of the church to make more and better disciples.
23. Is church engagement the new attendance? (with Lee Coate)
Lee Coate, executive pastor for ministry and media at The Crossing Church and consultant at Growmentum (a church consulting group focused on helping churches and their leaders maximize their potential) joins us to discuss how churches can build culture with intentional language. Plus, listen in to hear how The Crossing measures engagement in their community.
Learn more about Growmentum Group: www.growmentumgroup.com
Learn more about The Crossing: www.thecrossinglv.com
22. Equipping your worship team to serve joyfully—and keep growing (with Jason Houtsma)
Founder Jason Houtsma shares how Worship Artistry—an online tool to learn and practice worship music—recognized the "burnout" involved in preparing weekend worship and addressed it by building a platform dedicated to helping churches invest back into their teams.
Learn more about Worship Artistry: www.worshipartistry.com
21. Embracing technology to deepen discipleship (with National Community Church)
Lead Pastor Mark Batterson, Technology Director Matt Ortiz, and Groups Pastor Amanda Seidler join us from National Community Church—a multi-campus church based in Washington D.C.—to discuss how they utilize technology for deeper connections with their community. Plus, hear how they launched a daily devotional podcast, digital prayer meetings, TV apps, and more to stay connected in an unpredictable year for their church.
Learn more about National Community Church: www.national.cc
20. Deepening biblical literacy through technology (with Jon Sharpe)
Chief Relations Officer Jon Sharpe shares how the Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C. is striving to engage people of all backgrounds with the transformative power of scripture. Listen in to hear how the museum is fulfilling its mission through technology and innovation.
Learn more about the Museum of the Bible: www.museumofthebible.org
19. Taking historical traditions from the pulpit to print (with Esau McCaulley)
Dr. Esau McCaulley—writer, Anglican priest, and New Testament scholar—joins us to discuss his recent book, “Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope.” Listen in to hear how studying Scripture from other perspectives and church traditions can be invaluable for Christians of all backgrounds.
Learn more about Dr. Esau McCaulley: www.esaumccaulley.com
18. Seeking revival & reconciliation in a multiethnic church (with Derwin Gray)
Dr. Derwin Gray shares how he and his wife set out to build the multigenerational and multiethnic community that would become Transformation Church. Plus, hear how they’re using technology to stay connected with their community and expand their reach through TV apps on the Subsplash Platform.
Learn more about Derwin Gray: www.derwinlgray.com
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Enjoy this informative podcast about how tehcnololgy is able to be employed in ministry. It is fun and inspiring .to see the range of ideas being employed