If you’re a voracious reader, chances are you’ve got plenty of books to go through on your list. Amongst your coveted curated list of literary goodies, most likely there’s a religious text. For a large portion of Christians, the Bible is a must-read amongst their community. Some have read it front to back, while others engage in Bible studies as a way to break it down into more easily digestible chunks.
Want to gain a more thorough knowledge of the holy book? Set up a Bible study group through your church (or on your own) using video conferencing technology. Leading a group makes for a more engaging and compelling read through such a thick text, plus it serves as a way to bring the community together. Not only will intaking an ambitious read be better understood, you get more out of the text with structured meetings in a group setting, better discussion and plenty of insights. With the help of video conferencing, starting and leading a Bible study group doesn’t require many logistics, and the benefits are plenty. (more…)
Religious communities are built on showing up to their place of worship. Sharing space is an age old tradition. Mosques, synagogues, and churches, all of these institutions invite members of the community to be social and worship. It’s within these four walls that people take time out of their schedules to come together to pray as a collective.
When a community prays together the power of their energy is profound. It sets up the space to feel uplifted and moved. The more people present, the more the community shares the benefits. With the trials and tribulations everyone experiences in life, prayer groups are more effective than ever, providing the community with an outlet of love and support in times of need, worry, trouble and doubt. That’s why video conferencing has been so beneficial for prayer circles, prayer lines, and any event that brings the community closer together and to their faith. (more…)
Uplift Your Sermons By Going Digital
With free video conferencing capabilities available for businesses, organizations, nonprofits, and charities, it’s an impactful decision for churches to jump on the technological bandwagon too. If you haven’t implemented the advantages of video conferencing, this is your chance to get a closer look at how it can make a Sunday service more dynamic. If you want to stay relevant, interesting and engaging, video conferencing with free screen sharing, might be exactly what you need to increase participation, amp up sermons and reach more people. (more…)
What is Vision Casting?
One of the first steps to success is the to have a goal, a vision if you will, then construct a strategic plan to achieve that goal. A variation of this first step is defined in churches as Vision Casting: sharing your “vision” to others so they make your “vision” their own. Having a good vision and vision casting can be a powerful tool for your institution, there are countless stories of managers refusing to quit, employees putting in extra effort, and customers showing loyalty and commitment, all because of good vision casting. In this post, we discuss the importance of vision casting, and how it can be enhanced through video conferencing. (more…)
Inspire volunteers by letting them know their efforts are appreciated
Volunteer staff play an essential role in helping many nonprofits, church groups, and community-based organizations operate within their budgets. From setting up events to raising funds, volunteers are there when you need them most so it’s important to let them know they’re appreciated. As a conference service that provides free web conferencing services to many such organizations, we’re sharing some of our top picks for ways to show your gratitude and inspire volunteers. (more…)
How Pastor Ronald H. Brown uses FreeConference.com to equip changed people to save the world
From his ministry based in Orlando, Florida, Pastor Ronald H. Brown uses FreeConference.com to conduct daily prayer lines every weekday at 7 AM to lead intercessory prayers on behalf of all those in need of spiritual aid, and to discuss the teachings of the Bible with his congregation.(more…)
Conference calling has long been implemented into the day-to-day of Big Business. The rest of the working world is finally coming around to the myriad uses of conference calls, and it’s about time! In fact, conference calling carries so many advantages over meeting face to face, it’s a wonder it’s taken so long for everyone to catch up.
Catalyst is a yearly convention which is taking place on October 5th through 7th in at the Infinite Energy Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. It boasts a host of speakers, labs, and leadership events that are designed to create the next generation of church leaders, and are sure to excite your ambition. According to their website, “It’s common in our culture to sort, divide, and exclude: to look out for ourselves, make it at all costs, and leave others in our wake. But Jesus is building something uncommon. It’s time for a family meeting”.
Everybody understands how a conference call works: Participants dial into a preassigned number and enter a code at the prompt. But not everyone knows exactly how useful conferencing can be, and not just in a business-oriented environment! One of the most popular uses for free conference calling is for a prayer line. Churches and synagogues around the world have realized the advantage of reaching large groups at once, simply and at no cost.
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