The #1 New Book Release in Religious Leadership, 'Helping Your Church Live Stream' is Now Available on Amazon
Contact: Paul Richards, email@example.com
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 7, 2019 /Standard Newswire/ -- Helping Your Church Live Stream by Paul William Richards, is now the #1 new book release in Amazon's Religious Leadership category. Helping Your Church Live Stream is an instructional guide for ministry leaders considering the use of live streaming as an outreach tool for the church. The book features an included online learning course available on UDEMY.com for church media directors and volunteers helping leaders in the church take their learning to the next level.
"The momentum with this book and churches interested in live streaming technology has been incredible," says Richards the book's author. "The transformational power of broadcasting the message of God online is having an incredible impact on people's lives. The book includes raving testimonials from viewers who are shut-in, healing from surgery, even folks who are reconnecting with their hometown churches." The book includes a personal story from Richard's wife who moved away from her hometown church in Ladue, Missouri. Throughout the book, readers learn about live streaming and Richards own personal journey connecting his wife's hometown church with a live streaming system for his wife.
"Live Streaming is also a great way for churches to attract new members. Especially younger generations using social media," says Richards. "Many leaders in the church will be interested in the chapters concerning digital donations and social media outreach."
The book will be available on Kindle for free starting January 12, 2019 through January 16, 2019. The included online course will remain open for free enrollment throughout the month of January 2019. "Helping Your Church Live Stream 2.0" is an online learning course with over 3,500 churches already enrolled.
The book is available on Amazon here: www.amazon.com/Helping-Your-Church-Live-Stream-ebook/dp/B07MDVDTMF
Churches interested in enrolling in the free training course can learn more here: www.udemy.com/church-streaming.
The book also includes an online collaboration community on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/groups/churchstreamers.
Interested media contacts can email Paul Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org.