Building an Internet Campus and the Future of Online Church

by | CFX, CFX Community, Production, Webinars & Podcasts

Online Church encompasses many different ways that we can connect with online users. In this session, digital church expert Jason Caston walks us through a look at the future of the online church and how all the digital platforms that are coming of age can be utilized to create an omnichannel experience.

Resources

Church Online Platform

At Life.Church, one of our core values is irrational generosity. We’re committed to equipping the “capital C” Church in every way we can. That’s why the Church Online Platform is available completely free of charge.

Our definition of “free” extends to support and updates, too. You’ll get personalized customer service, software upgrades, and new features for the life of the tool. Learn More

“Digital Connections” by Jason Caston

Growing your organization online is not just important, it’s essential to the viability of your business. Digital Connections introduces a multi-part approach to growing your organization online and connecting with your audience. Learn More

Resi Platform

With existing live streaming technology, if video from the encoder doesn’t make it to the cloud within a few seconds, that video content is lost and the cloud transcoder will not have a perfect copy to transcode into multiple bitrates. Thus, all viewers will see video that has been transcoded with missing data, resulting in a poor viewing experience including buffering wheels, jitters and quality loss. Learn More

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