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Best Your Digital Pastor Dr Marc podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Welcome to the Your Digital Pastor Podcast, where church communications consultant, Dr. Marcus Cylar, delivers daily devotions to encourage you on your journey and weekly insights that equip pastors and their churches with tools and tactics for more effective digital ministry. If you’re a lead pastor, executive pastor, communications director, or media director looking for strategies and conceptual insights, informed by culture and current events, to help you take your digital ministry effor ...
 
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1 - Morning prayer and devotion (at least five days a week)2 - Podcast (perspective from the pastor on a relevant topic)3 - Mass text of encouragement (can be six days/week)4 - 30-60 minutes of live Q&A on FB/IG Live (or you could teach first and then “hang out” for a while)5 - Robocall (alternate day of the week and time so it’s always unexpected)…
 
Digital is uniquely:1 - Personal (can create 1 to 1 impact out of 1 to many encounters)2 - Ubiquitous (can experience the event anywhere)3 - Shareable (can send a link and allow others to tap in)4 - Asynchronous (can consume in your own time)5 - Passive (can engage even while doing other things)6 - Collaborative (can see the thoughts of others you …
 
Some churches were on the forefront of the digital ministry trend, others were later adopters, and yet many more have come to #onlinechurch kicking and screaming over the past few weeks. Those are the churches I want to help in this season.It pains me to no end that in this ever treacherous season, in these most perilous times, when the global pand…
 
1 - People don’t have to be compelled to spend, but they do need to be compelled to give2 - We are compelled by stories and It takes time for us to connect to the stories of others 3 - You didn’t take advantage of extra time to bring more exposure to your ministry, organization4 - You squandered an opportunity to distinguish yourself from others5 -…
 
TL;DR (DL): People won’t care about what you do until they connect with who you are. I connect a few ideas and resources together to arrive at this key takeaway for business, #churchcomm, ministry as a whole, and interpersonal relationships.Links mentioned:Web Smith on Twitter: http://twitter.com/web2PM: http://2pml.comGary Vaynerchuk: http://twitt…
 
Types of video seminaries should be creating1️⃣ Testimonial videos2️⃣ Live event video (chapel, commencement, conferences, presentations, convocations, work not on campus but in the community)3️⃣ A recorded webinar for prospective students (one specific to each academic program offered)4️⃣ Classroom moments5️⃣ Daily 1-min devotional videos or live …
 
1️⃣ COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT - In every seminary community, which comprises, at minimum, current students, faculty, staff, and alumni, there is a treasure chest of stories to be shared, either of what those seminary family members are doing presently or of the difference the seminary has made in their lives. An institution’s social media team should col…
 
026: The 5 fundamental principles of #churchcommThis week’s topic was inspired by @bradyshearer and the #ProChurchTools #podcast. That is to say these principles aren’t original thoughts of mine, but the presentation of them in this way was birthed out of a church communications workshop for a certificate program I was blessed to facilitate in 2018…
 
This week, I’m sharing my #topfive reasons seminaries should offer church communications education.1 - Just like pastors and seminary professors, church communicators are stewards of the greatest story that has ever been told. To be a good steward over something, you must be trained to handle it. While seminary is not the only place for training, i…
 
One very important aspect of church communications that is never discussed is the communications efforts of the institutions responsible for equipping the leaders of the church. I am uniquely qualified to provide value on this subject.In this 4th quarter of 2019 (and beyond, prayerfully), I’m taking a chance on myself (more on this later) and doubl…
 
#LeadingFromTheBottom is me distilling the many leadership lessons I’ve learned from this season of my professional life. In this episode, I talk about how you can still lead and be of value as a go-to person, even when you don’t know the answer. I pray what I’m sharing is a nugget of wisdom you’ll be able to use in your own life and ministry. your…
 
February 2019 has been a crucial month in the history of my life, crucial for my future and for everything God has for me. This last week of the month is critically important to seal the work that has already been done. I’m therefore asking for you to agree with me in prayer.This month was so important that I had to get my mind and spirit right, an…
 
Something special ESPN college basketball is doing to involve fans in its live coverage is incredibly smart and creative and reflects something pastors and their church communications pros need to be doing as well. #YourDigitalPastorWebsite: http://yourdigitalpastor.co Portfolio: http://yourdigitalpastor.co/hire…
 
It took me ten seconds of looking around this Starbucks I’m working at today to realize that Apple gets you one way or another, and that’s why they’ve dominated the 21st century thus far. I share what this domination has to do with the concept of being everywhere on social media. #YourDigitalPastorWebsite: http://yourdigitalpastor.co Portfolio: htt…
 
On this first day of Black History Month, I share a memory from high school that makes me think about how effective Facebook Messenger bots can be for bolstering your church’s marketing and outreach efforts. If you’re compelled to get started with this, holler at your boy and I can help you get started! #YourDigitalPastorWebsite: http://yourdigital…
 
Yes, the New Orleans Saints got screwed royally. Yes, the could’ve been more resilient in the face of controversy. But there are other points and lessons on life and leadership here that haven’t been talked about that are worthy of discussion here. I also add a key takeaway from the Patriots dynasty that I’m not sure has ever been considered.Websit…
 
Many ministries make their sermons available through podcasting and building a presence on YouTube. Many others make them available for purchase. While I understand why others do the latter, I do not believe it’s the best way to accomplish your ministry goals in 2019 and beyond. In this first installment of the YDP short, I discuss why as I answer …
 
2018 was the best and worst of times for your boy, but I did some things this year that will set me up for the rest of my life, and for that I’m grateful. In this brief break from hiatus episode, I reflect on what those things were, share my I consider them my #bestnine of the year, and discuss why I suggest you engage in the same reflective exerci…
 
In this Christian journey, that which is not seen lasts far longer than that which is seen. With that in mind, let us all consider this question: If the whole internet were to break down today and we couldn’t edit our lives anymore, would we be able to deal with our unedited selves? What would we then be compelled to work on? http://yourdigitalpast…
 
Trouble may very well be the context in which we’re most familiar with God. We often find ourselves in times of trouble because we’re walking with God. Our obedience will often land us in compromising situations, but that’s where faith comes in. We have to believe the trouble we find ourselves in is temporary and that God is our refuge, strength, a…
 
Waiting on the Lord is not easy. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying to you and to themselves. It’s hard because we so desperately want our plan to be God’s plan, rather than discerning God’s plan and lining up with that. The “let your heart take courage” piece is key here because we’re fearful of things not working the way we want them to, but…
 
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