At CV Outreach we are all about connecting people with the Church. All of our Church Partners are set up to receive emails from people who are searching for hope online. After talking with some of our pastors I decided to put together a few tips and tricks they use when responding back to these emails.
Someone from Tech Crunch once noted that “Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. And Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider, owns no real estate. Something interesting is happening.”
This blog first appeared on The Journey, by yesHEis. Like CV Outreach, yesHEis is a CV Initiative that was created to reach people with the Gospel. yesHEis is an app that helps Christians share their faith with friends who don't know Jesus through relatable videos about God and faith. Download the FREE app and start sharing!
No one likes awkward conversations. Especially on a plane. Planes have a special way of defining what kind of person you are. I’m cheap, so I usually catch early-morning flights. On early flights, people are usually happy to stay under the radar, read a book, quietly sip a coffee while staring out the window, or just solidly gaze into the back of their eyelids with their mouth open while heavy breathing.
I've always thought about what it must have been like to leave everything to follow Jesus as one of his first disciples. But rarely have I considered the relationship developed between the disciples themselves.
The Bible tells us that the disciples remained together following the resurrection of Jesus, and were celebrating Passover together at Pentecost. Powered by the Holy Spirit, the men who walked the road along with Jesus would carry out his commission to take the Gospel into all the world.
At CV Outreach, we want to re-think Gospel engagement. As millions of people are touched by the Gospel online through digital evangelism, we want to build ground-up solutions that create deep discipleship relationships between individuals seeking spiritual truth, and a motivated believer who can walk through life with them.
CV Outreach is moving from a broadcast model of one organization reaching millions of people, to a model that uses our operational capabilities to help create millions of one to one relational connections between local churches and future disciples.
Our team is cheering on the local church. How have you experienced discipleship relationships in your walk? We love to hear stories from others as our brothers and sisters walk the roads of life with fellow disciples. Feel free to share your experience in the comments below.
Mark Zuckerberg announced that the new Oculus GO Virtual Reality headset is now shipping during his F8 keynote address last week. Before he had even announced that everyone at the F8 Facebook Developers Conference would receive their own Oculus GO, I had already made my purchase.
CV Outreach exists to connect people to the church so that you can introduce people to the Gospel and help them become true followers of Jesus.
One of the greatest strengths that we often forget to highlight in regards to the Ad Grant Partnership is that the program only grows stronger with every church that is added.
This may seem counterintuitive; traditionally the more churches added would mean more competition in the advertising space. However, CV Outreach doesn’t employ a traditional Church Marketing strategy, and by doing so we completely side step the issue.
But first, here is when the Google Ad Grant as an online advertising for churches strategy can come up underwhelming...
This post originally appeared on kevinlee.church. Kevin is on the Online Campus team at Saddleback.
This post originally appeared on jaykranda.com. Jay is the Online Campus Pastor at Saddleback, and helps churches leverage online strategies to expand their ministry's vision.
We are terrible at planning for the future. I’ll get back to this in a moment, but first Amazon Go. Amazon just opened a cashier-less store in Seattle. Crazy right? Will the store work? What does this mean for working jobs? So many questions, and Amazon doesn’t have all the answers yet, but they do have this store. Amazon is jumping into the storefront space not as an expert, but as a company with an idea.
Two weeks ago, at Social Media Marketing World 2018 (SMMW18), social media experts from all backgrounds came together to talk about social media – where it’s going, how to best utilize it, and what it will take to “make it” in 2018. This conference was packed full of experts in the field of social media and marketing. Including experts like Guy Kawasaki (Apple’s former chief evangelist), Michael Stelzner (Social Media Examiner’s founder), Mark Schaefer (social futurist), Mari Smith (leading Facebook expert), and 165+ other speakers across all different types of fields.
The Power of Niche Content in the Facebook Newsfeed Algorithm
At CES last year I attended a workshop with Facebook’s Andrew Bosworth. Who is the "Boz"? He was Zuck's TA at Harvard who was brought on in the early days of Facebook, and through the years has held a variety of high profile positions. He is currently the VP of AR/VR, but many people are familiar with him because of how instrumental he was in building the Newsfeed as we know it.