ADJUSTING OUR LIVES AND MINISTRY AMIDST COVID-19
Times have drastically changed. Many churches are forbidden to meet together. What should our ministry look like now? What should we be doing with our time? How do we meet the worship needs of our congregations when we are scattered?
These posts and new ones coming in the next several weeks will walk with you and help you make sense of these times. Your Baptist state convention consultants work together to help resource you in these times. Stay tuned for much more.
Beyond getting a few songs ready for the livestream, what can or should worship leaders be doing to lead their congregations in worship while sheltering at home? The answers might be as easy as 5-4-3-2-1. Read more
With so many churches moving to streaming their services in this COVID-19 period, I have put together resources to help you navigate these times and copyright licenses. Take a look at the seminar (recorded at our live online event this week) and find many resources listed here to help you. Read more.
Many churches have entered the livestreaming arena in the last weeks since COVID-19 has prevented our worship gatherings. There are lots of things that can go wrong in a live broadcast. I have heard from many churches of issues they have and the stress the process is causing. Facebook and YouTube both have…
The use of backing tracks/accompaniment tracks or any other professional recording is normally not allowed without additional licenses beyond the CCLI basic license and a CCLI or CCS streaming license. During the COVID-19 period, many publishers are allowing the use of their tracks as long as you have the two blanket licenses. Here…
Use Worship Band Backing Tracks free of charge during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Simply include the website address to notify viewers where you purchased the tracks. Read more.
Performing a wedding with social distancing rules and Zoom. Check it out.