Thursday, November 22, 2007

Using Teleseminars to help your congregation listen to you while multi-tasking

In the 21st century people are busier than ever. They work at least 5 days a week and in addition to the bare 8 hours a day, there is the commute time that adds up. Parents have to take care of children and their needs. It’s a wonder anyone can get it all done.
So, when Sunday comes, who wants to go to church? Not only is it in the middle of the morning but it’s not just an hour – there’s the getting ready, getting the kids ready, driving to the church, being polite afterwards, then driving home. That’s probably an average of 3 hours for a 1 hour service.
Most churches have classes during the week – usually on Wednesday night. But again, that requires additional time for preparation, driving to and from. It probably involves getting a baby sitter t View the rest of this article

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