Contact: Jessica Davis, Chicago Media Corporation, 312-794-7727, firstname.lastname@example.org
CHICAGO, Sept. 14 /Christian Newswire/ -- The communication landscape of the Church has changed as a result of technology but many local congregations have been slow to keep up with the technology explosion. The excuse from many local congregations has been the lack of funds to hire information technology staff, software, and hardware needed to enhance ministry. This reason is no longer viable because advances in technology have lowered the learning curve and cost. These changes give more people in the congregation access. If the church does not get up to speed with the new technology now available, they will become irrelevant and miss an opportunity to minister to an entire generation.
Dr. Jessica Davis, media consultant, has come up with a list of 5 things a church or ministry must do immediately to keep up with the technology age. She'll reveal why:
- Sharing the technology vision with the congregation will help in launching a successful church technology campaign.
- Developing a global brand name with the use of your domain name selection is important.
- Developing a functional church portal in addition to an informational website will allow you to reach people more effectively.
- Developing an opt-in membership database by utilizing SPAM free technology is foundational to the impact and longevity of your presence on the internet.
- Communicating with your growing database membership on a regular basis with information is required.
CREDENTIALS: Veteran radio and TV guest Jessica Davis, M.Div., J.D., D.Min., is president of Chicago Media Corporation (CMC). CMC is the sponsor of www.virtualrevival.com, the first global virtual revival launched in August 2007.
AVAILABILITY: Illinois, Nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Jessica Davis, Chicago Media Corporation, 312-794-7727(IL); email@example.com