Digital Church NEXT
Mobilize Your Church’s Digital Disciple-Makers
It’s Time to Update Your Church’s Digital Strategy
There are incredible opportunities to evangelize and disciple people digitally that have nothing to do with the online service.
When COVID hit, and church members were locked out of the church building, hundreds of thousands of churches were forced to develop a digital strategy. Broadcasting Church Services made a lot of sense in March 2020. Today, now that our members are back in church buildings, Online Church Services don’t make as much sense.
Digital is more than a virtual place where people can gather. It’s also the modern Roman Roads where the gospel can be scattered globally, especially if we empower people with the Gospel to share as they go. Do we ignore the missional and disciple-making potential of digital in our churches? Or is it time to develop a new digital strategy?
Don’t be upset that people are not in our church buildings. Instead, be upset that people do not have a spiritual purpose when they are not in our church buildings. Leadership Network wants to help churches like yours develop a digital discipleship process that will empower people to be on-mission digitally, and physically.
Director of Digital Church NEXT
In June 2000, Jeff led his first online Bible study, taking 75 people around the planet through the book of James using a text-based system called Ultimate BB. He was doing digital ministry way before it was cool. Founding THECHURCH.DIGITAL in 2018, Jeff’s passions have evolved into helping churches (and individuals too!) find their calling through digital discipleship, releasing people on digital mission, and planting multiplying digital churches. This pursuit is realized through DigitalChurch.Network, an organic, decentralized network for digital expressions of church, globally. Jeff also champions Meta Church development as the Director of Metaverse Church Next for Leadership Network, and works closely NewThing Network, Exponential and other globally facing, multiplication friendly, gospel-centric organizations.
Jeff married his high-school sweetheart, Amy, and has two kids, and a dog, They live in Miami, Florida.