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Churches & Faith Based Live Streaming

By Ian Anderson Gray

Confident Live Marketing Podcast

Episode Number: 141

Episode Theme: Content & Marketing

December 31, 2021

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Many churches and faith-based organisations scrambled to live stream their services and events in the 2020 pandemic. In today’s episode I’m joined by Natchi Lazarus to discuss how churches and faith-based organisations can create an impact with live video. He will be sharing practical strategies with us. And even if you’re not streaming church services or you’re not a faith-based organisation, there will still be practical tips for you too.

Natchi Lazarus is a digital & social media marketing consultant specialising in working with nonprofits, churches & faith-based ventures. He is a keynote speaker. He is the author of The Connected Church, a best-seller on Amazon. He is the co-founder of Open Minds Digital Agency.

In this Episode

[2:05] What does Natchi do and how did he get started?
[4:43] How did Natchi get into live streaming?
[12:24] How to encourage churches to try new things, like live streaming
[15:12] What are the advantages for churches to live stream?
[23:21] How can a church start live streaming with limited tech?
[27:43] How do you effectively communicate with multiple audiences?
[26:44] How to engage in conversation in comments
[38:39] What can churches do to "level things up"
[31:05] How can a church utilize WhatsApp?
[49:37] Encouraging community from our live streams

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Who is Natchi Lazarus?

Natchi Lazarus is a digital & social media marketing consultant specialising in working with nonprofits, churches & faith-based ventures. He is a keynote speaker. He is the author of The Connected Church, a best-seller on Amazon. He is the co-founder of Open Minds Digital Agency.

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