What I’m Reading: How Livestreaming Can Help Us Better Understand Church

What is the future of live-streaming church?

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“As someone deeply interested in the intersection between digital media and ministry, I found this exploration of the ways in which the dramatic increase in live-streamed worship may—and may not—permanently impact the church.”

-Katie Langston, Director of Digital Strategy, Faith+Lead

From the article:

“As the novelty of livestreaming wears off, users will likely settle into a mixed view of streaming church services. Some people will find it lacking and appreciate in-person church more than ever. … Other churchgoers, though, will likely love the streaming Sunday services now available to them, including especially people with disabilities and others who are homebound. And members of churches that create compelling and engaging services online may prefer to stick with it long-term. But enthusiasm for streaming church probably won’t be enough to sustain continued widespread adoption after things open back up.”

Read the whole thing.

What are you reading, listening to, or watching that’s giving you hope right now? 

Let us know what’s helping you through and why, and we might feature your suggestion in this series! (If you’re not yet a member of the Faith+Lead Learning Lab, you’ll be prompted to join before sharing.)

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  • Katie Langston

    Katie Langston is a doubter by nature and a believer by grace. She grew up Mormon in Cache Valley, Utah, and converted to orthodox (little "o") Christianity after a profound experience of God's grace over a decade ago. Now she works as the director of digital strategy for Faith+Lead and as pastor of mission and outreach at New Promise Lutheran Church in St. George, Utah. Katie is the author of a spiritual memoir called Sealed: An Unexpected Journey into the Heart of Grace.

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