According to a survey conducted by LifeWay Research, it was concluded that the majority of churches (84 percent) use digital platforms to connect with their members. Adding a live stream can bring new and current audience closer to your church community and encourage engagement even when they can’t be present.
Static videos on YouTube or Facebook are great to keep as records. Adding a live stream to your website, though, can help you reach more people during your service and encourage a greater sense of community through your digital outlets.
Here are some reasons churches are going live:
A live stream gives people an accurate idea of what they can expect from your church before they make the commitment to attend a service.
Livestream brings the church experience to people who are sick, traveling, or deployed. Help church members stay connected with the entire church community even when they can’t be there.
Even the most devout churchgoers need to miss once in a while. A live stream makes it easy to keep the habit of attending mass when life gets hectic.
Keep a record
Archive your prayer sessions, sermons, bible study, testimonies, chair concerts, lecture events and worship by recording and stream it later.
Go Beyond Distance
Create your own IPTV mobile app for your congregation. You can share videos from the recorded archive, video files and YouTube playlists.
Go Beyond Physical Limitations
Starting satellite churches and centrally controlling the livestream is possible with the video decoding devices, called the Video Receiver.
Be well thought out
You can save money by hosting multiple web applications inside the Livebox server and centrally control them from a single sign on.
Schedule a live demo with our live experts to see how Livebox™ can help you to do live streaming the expert way.
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