Coronavirus: Does your church need to livestream? CIU alumnus offers tips

March 25, 2020

With the spread of COVID-19 and the urging of government officials to limit the size of groups, many churches are suddenly finding the need to livestream church services. That can be a challenge for small churches with tight budgets.

But Columbia International University alumnus Phil Thompson has some answers with a practical guide on livestreaming.

Thompson earned a Master of Divinity degree from CIU in 2014, and is currntly working on a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies at CIU.  He helps manage strategy and development of digital properties for The Gospel Coalition. He is also a church planting resident at The Church at Cherrydale in Greenville, South Carolina.

Find his helpful tips in the article, “How to Livestream Your Church Service: A Practical Guide” at the Gospel Coalition website.

Thompson has also published an article, "The FAQs: Answering Tech Questions Pastors Are Asking." He answers dozens of questions you may have about livestreaming.   

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