All Nations Kansas City is offering free online training sessions for pastors, teachers and believers around the world.
For churches that are no longer meeting in person, the missions organization is offering practical training on how to be the church during the COVID-19 outbreak.
"Learn how to run a simple church meeting—an easy format for a small group in a home or online," says a press release for All Nations. "Get practical ideas on how to love your neighbor during this time. Discover next steps for empowering every believer to play their part in the body of Christ."
All Nations' next training session is scheduled for Thursday, March 26, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CST. Click here for more info.
In response to the coronavirus crisis, other ministries are also offering free training sessions for pastors who want to livestream their services.
TBN recently announced their training webinars for pastors who want to learn to use Facebook Live.
In a similar fashion, Faithlife Corporation, a company that uses technology to help the church grow, is offering a full suite of church management solutions.
The company's goal is to help leaders ensure COVID-19 social distancing doesn't disrupt their efforts to be the church. Their step-by-step instructions teach church leaders how to record their sermons, publish their sermons to their church website and social media, build a free streaming TV channel for their sermons, enable online and mobile giving, and provide a safe online community for their church.
"While there's nothing that can or should replace in-person church attendance, sometimes, we aren't left with many other options, as proven through COVID-19," said Faithlife founder and CEO Bob Pritchett. "We want to help church leaders use technology to remain in biblical community, even when physical gatherings are not possible."
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