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July 14th, 2009

by Bobby Gruenewald

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videoteachingIt was great to see so many churches using shared teaching this June during One Prayer. More than one million believers around the globe learned together through powerful messages about who God Is… It’s incredible to think that a message recorded in Australia can change a life in Costa Rica or that a pastor in a small American town can influence people in Ghana, Guatemala, and points in between.

Both this year and last, we heard from many churches who were trying video teaching for the first time and were amazed at the results. We’re excited about seeing shared teaching on a global scale, and are building on that momentum with the launch of If you haven’t heard us mention it before, is a site where churches will be able to download high-quality video messages from gifted Christian communicators. It’s all free, and it’s launching next week!

We’re adding finishing touches to the site, uploading more messages, and getting ready to share with the world. In the meantime, feel free to let your friends know about what’s coming. See you on the site soon!

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  1. Jul 14, 2009 at 2:17 pm

    Wow! That’s going to be awesome Bobby! I really hope that we can help you in any way we can!
    Question: Do you know if spanish subtitles will be able? Can we, spanish speaking preachers, help in some way about that? Just let us know!
    God bless you all! :)

  2. Jul 14, 2009 at 6:05 pm

    Awesome!! I’ve been waiting for this site to launch ever since I first heard about it… Can’t wait to have this resource at my finger tips! Thanks LifeChurch and thank you to all the communicators for submitting!

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