On part 2 of our conversation with Jay Kranda, the guys talk with a returning community favorite about how to best navigate church in the online space. As Online Pastor from Saddleback Church, Jay's had years of experience learning about different forms that digital church ministry, connection, and discipleship can take. In this episode, he breaks down some of the models and objectives that we should all be developing for our own expressions of church online. You can check out Jay's personal website filled with Online Church resources below:JayKranda.comhttps://www.jaykranda.com/And, click the link below to join the Blackbar Community on Discord:http://discord.blk.bar/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/blkbar)
On this week's episode, the guys talk with returning returning community favorite, Jay Kranda, about what online church discipleship can look like. As Online Pastor from Saddleback Church, Jay's had years of experience learning about the different forms that digital church ministry, connection, and discipleship can take. In this episode, he shares about some of his experiences creating sustainable online discipleship alongside building healthy digital community. You can check out Jay's personal website filled with Online Church resources below:JayKranda.comhttps://www.jaykranda.com/And, click the link below to join the Blackbar Community on Discord:http://discord.blk.bar/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/blkbar)
Jay Kranda has served as the Online Pastor at Saddleback Church for over 10 years. Jay's experience uniquely qualified him to navigate ministry during the Coronavirus pandemic, but beyond that he has created a full fledged online community at Saddleback that will continue to well into the future. In this episode, you will learn how to create small groups wherever people find community online.
EP114: Jay Kranda and the Constant Evolution of an Online Church
The Church Digital Podcast
Of course COVID caused a radical shift for churches. I think it’s important to notice that, even for the guys doing Online Ministry for years COVID brought a change. For this conversation, we’re bringing in Saddleback’s Online Campus Pastor, Jay Kranda. Jay’s been doing online ministry for a decade now, and over the years he’s seen lots of changes (including while under the pressure cooker of COVID.) How has ministry changed and how can we as digital pastors, church staff and volunteers manage the tension? Let’s find out. Complete Show Notes and Online Video Available at THECHURCH.DIGITAL--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchdigital/message
Episode 003: Digital Groups and How To Get People Engaged Online w/ Jay Kranda
Bricks and Clicks
Welcome to the Bricks and Clicks Church Leadership Podcast where church leaders and ministry experts share ideas, solutions and experiences about making church work in person and online.Today Duncan and Jason chat with Dave Adamson (@aussiedave) and Jay Kranda (Saddleback Church) who are helping us to engage people online and how to make digital groups work. Jay has been utilizing digital groups for a many years and his insights are invaluable! Make sure you also check out jaykranda.com for tons of resources for online ministry.Make sure to be following us online on...Twitter: https://twitter.com/brickclickpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bricksandclickspodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BricksandClicksPodcastIf you are interested in the Further Faster Network in the United Kingdom or the Irresistible Churches Network in Australia, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can get you connected. Our website mentioned in the show will be up and running as soon as possible!We are looking forward to connecting with you.
Churches and COVID-19 #3: Saddleback Church with Jay Kranda
5 Leadership Questions Podcast on Church Leadership with Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy
In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Jay Kranda, online campus pastor of Saddleback Church. They discuss the following questions:What does your Sunday service currently look like? What are you planning on doing moving forward?What does your online service look like?When we return to in-person gatherings, how will you handle online services? What do you think the church will look like for the next few years? How will online church play into that?How do you effectively disciple people online? What's the difference in doing it when they are geographically far and geographically near?What are the goals and metrics churches should have to say this was an effective Sunday?What are some vanity things people got hyped about the first three weeks and they weren't a reflection of reality?What are some of the biggest challenges you are facing and how are you overcoming them?BEST QUOTES"We have gone all digital with our services. The only things that are happening in person are food bank type initiatives.""Our orthodoxy is great for preserving the faith, but also with technology you have to be more nimble.""To do this well you have to create native content for these platforms.""I'm excited for the church to embrace digital, but I am still fearful that the investment needs to happen to do things right.""Online has a huge on-ramp through streaming, online groups, online discipleship opportunities.""I do think that some of the most innovation is going to come out of people coming out of seminary that have giftings in teaching and realize that they can build an audience and then they can build a church.""Build your audience and then use that to figure out where you are going to plant your church or churches.""Don't get worried about how many people you can reach, think about who you should be reaching.""We still believe that we want people to be in physical community.""All of what we do online is moving watchers into community or online to offline.""There is always an underlying strategy where we are trying to move you to something longterm.""A lot of people underestimate the value of having a streaming experience on your website that is very clear. YouTube and Facebook are great, but they are a very distractive platform for long-term engagement.""How many people did not just view it, but watched it for at least ten minutes?""Most churches really need to focus in on how to do digital right locally."RECOMMENDED RESOURCESLifeway Leadership Podcast NetworkLifeway.com/CoronaVirusChurch Online Platform
On this week's episode, the guys talk about online church with Jay Kranda, Online Pastor from Saddleback Church. As one of the early adapters of the "Online Pastor" role in ministry, Jay's had years of experience learning what church could look like in the digital space. Jay shares a little about what he's learned in regards to live streaming, hosting online church services, understanding social media, and correctly interpreting digital analytics. He also shares some thoughts on how the current season could directly affect the near future of online church. You can check out Jay's personal website filled with Online Church resources below: JayKranda.comhttps://www.jaykranda.com/Click the link below to join the Blackbar Community on Discord:http://discord.blk.bar/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/blkbar)
LU33: The Present and Future of Online Church (Jay Kranda)
One Step Forward
Listen to Jay, Online Pastor at Saddleback Church, share tips, strategies and ways to help your online platform. He also shares current trends and patterns today as well as the future. This will help your church be better equipped during this crisis.
EPISODE 241: Enhancing your Church’s Online Presence with Andy High, Darrel Girardier and Jay Kranda
The Making Sunday Happen Podcast
This week, we're sharing three interviews we did at SALT19 Conference last year. We talked with Andy High, Darrel Girardier and Jay Kranda all about how to enhance your Online Presence. Obviously right now you are probably 100% online. So we want to give you some practical tips for how to enhance how people find you and engage with you online. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support
Church, you should be celebrated. You survived Easter 2020 Church Online. A month ago most of you weren't even broadcasting online, and now you just completed the biggest Sunday of the year. Congratulations!!! Well, what now? As we continue the learning experience that is this Coronavirus season, there's a word we all need to learn... PHYGITAL: the combination of Physical and Digital. You see, we all know how to do Church Services physically. The Church has been doing physical services for centuries. And now, with Covid-19 staring us in the face, we've figured out how to do a digital church service. But, we really haven't figured out how to do both yet. How do you do a phygital church? Herein lies the future... it's not physical, it's not digital... it's both. So, what should tomorrow's phygital church look like? Let's find out. COMPLETE SHOW NOTE AVAILABLE AT THECHURCH.DIGITAL--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchdigital/message