A great talk doesn't go very far if your audience can't speak your language. Find out how you can use spf.io to communicate effectively in many languages.
It can be hard to serve a diverse community. Find out how you can share your message in many languages, and bring people together like never before.
Sometimes you just don't know how many attendees need translation. With spf.io, you can provide a great translation experience that scales to meet everyone's needs.
Any time you have people of various languages coming together and communicating, spf.io can help keep everyone in sync.
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As many church services go virtual in response to COVID-19, we discovered two simple but important problems. 1) How do we show slides in addition to our livestream? Most churches do not know how to use advanced software to add slides to a video stream. 2) How do we...
Who are the most overlooked people with disabilities in the church today? According to one Pastor to the Deaf, it's the hard of hearing.As faithful churchgoers age, many experience hearing loss that disconnects them from their community. And as one hard-of-hearing...
Now attendees of lectures, sermons, and other presentations can easily read slides in their native language from the convenience of their mobile device. Spf.io, a real-time translation software for live events, announced a new feature that lets presenters upload slides and automatically translate them into more than 60 languages on demand. Audience members can seamlessly follow along with the presentation and see the slides in the language of their choice.
Transformation is hard work. And sometimes it’s the simple misconceptions that get in the way. For example, why do you think translation is important? You might say that we can’t understand and include people who speak other languages without it. Or that without it,...
This multilingual song is available under an open license. This means you can freely use this song for worship in church. If you want to contribute a singable translation under an open license, feel free to do so and send it to us so we can share it. We currently have...
Although the apostles and elders protected the gospel from being collapsed into a false one of cultural conformance, they still faced a very practical issue.
After generations of strict Jewish separation from Gentiles, how could these new “Christ communities” worship together?
Could God’s diverse people live as one when some subgroups found the practices of others offensive? Could outsiders accept the people who formerly looked down on them?
Want to create a special Pentecost Sunday worship service this year? To help inspire you, we’ve compiled a list of available worship resources to help you create an amazing Pentecost Sunday.
You’re convinced that your church has a diversity problem. You believe it’s a nonnegotiable gospel issue and have seen the data about your neighborhood. Now what?
It’s tempting to jump immediately into creating a strategic plan or to start scheduling coffee with people, but maybe the first step is to wait instead of act.
There is a disconnect between pastors and their congregations. While diversity may be important to church leaders, it would seem that many churchgoers want the segregated status quo.
Is this disconnect between church leaders and churchgoers acceptable?
Is it a matter of preference, or is diversity actually a gospel issue?