This is a guest post by Chris Ames
One of the advantages of an online ministry is the inherent asynchronous nature within which it executes. Historically, if you wanted to get something accomplished in a church or non-profit the expected modus operandi would be for the team to be centrally located (or at least available) during a specified block of time on a typical work day to collaborate synchronously with other living, breathing human beings.
And while some of this also translates into the world of online ministry, a good bit does not. I want to focus on that for a moment because it is a game-changer.
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