But I ask: Did they not hear? Of course they did: “Their voice has gone out into all the earth, their words to the ends of the world.” --Romans 10:18
Macungie, PA (PRWEB) March 16, 2010
A new online communications tool, SendingWord.com, disperses religious content to individual church congregations via e-mail, text message, digital phone call, Facebook and Twitter. One Web site consolidates a church's contemporary ministry efforts to assimilate the Word into members' daily routines.
Studies show that few religious followers turn to the physical Bible--an essential component of Christianity--daily. The recent surge of digital technology development removes barriers, enabling streamlined and convenient access to relevant content: a logical platform for daily religious integration. SendingWord can help growing congregations connect and engage via the anywhere/anytime access of the Internet and mobile devices.
A church administrator simply sets up subscriptions (e.g., scripture readings, weekly liturgy distribution, event updates, volunteer requests, weather/cancellation alerts, prayer chains, etc.) and enters content online. Congregation members visit the church’s SendingWord.com home page to sign up for one or more subscriptions to be automatically received via their chosen communication method(s).
Church administrators are gladly abandoning physical mass mailings in favor of a centralized outreach program online. Extending beyond any physical location, today's digital media channels offer endless possibilities for churches to engage new and current members and for worshippers to keep in touch with their faith and community. Churches have evolved to serve the new generation of followers; the congregation continues to be served by the Word.
If you'd like more information about our tool or to schedule an interview, please contact Kerri Reeves at kerri(at)groupgauge(dot)com.
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