LONG BEACH, Calif. – February 20, 2015 – FreeConferenceCall.com, a leading provider of conferencing and collaboration services, is on the forefront of a groundbreaking national trend in "tele-sermons" to assist religious leaders and organizations around the world in communicating with millions of followers via unlimited and free HD audio conferencing services.
With innovative free conferencing, recording, screen sharing, and broadcasting, religious communities now have the freedom to do more with their time and money.
"Our hope is to deliver the tools necessary for people in ministry, religious organizations and businesses to connect and share their vision with those in need," said FreeConferenceCall.com CEO David Erickson.
Reports show that more than 1 billion minutes of teleconferencing have been used for "tele-sermons" over the past two years. According to customer testimonials, teleconferencing has become a "lifeline" for those participating in weekly calls with church members who cannot travel.
Religious leaders say they depend on FreeConferenceCall.com to deliver messages to homebound congregants who might be in wheelchairs, hospital beds or other situations that require remote dial-in to hear sermons.
Thousands of prominent leaders and devotees rely on FreeConferenceCall.com services to conduct bible studies, set-up prayer lines, send messages to church members, record sermons, and much more. Organizers and church members no longer have to spend incredulous amounts of money on travel and booking expenses.
"My wife and I began to utilize FreeConferenceCall.com for worship services back in 2007, and it has afforded us the opportunity to fellowship with church members as well as those that couldn't or wouldn't approach a traditional church setting. Truly, this technology has been a blessing," said Reverend Emery Barber from FaithWorks Christian Center. FreeConferenceCall.com is responsible for connecting more than 25 million people per month in more than 65 countries worldwide. The independent and private organization is well known for it's charitable contributions to local non-profit organization "Children Today", an advocate for children who have experienced homelessness, abuse and neglect.
To learn more on how religious broadcasters are reaching followers across the world using HD audio conferencing, please visit FreeConferenceCall.com Chief Operations Officer Josh Lowenthal at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville February 23-27 (Booth #750).
FreeConferenceCall.com is the largest privately-owned conferencing and collaboration company in the world, boasting more than 800,000 business customers, worldwide, including users from nearly all Fortune 500 companies. Service offerings in more than 65 countries with unlimited use include: high quality free HD audio conferencing, web conferencing and screen sharing, audio and visual recordings, customized greetings, security features, desktop scheduling and mobile applications - all supported by 24/7 customer support. Through FreeConferenceCall.com For Business, mid-market and enterprise customers can now take advantage of all of FreeConferenceCall.com conferencing and collaboration services in addition to an enterprise account management team, enterprise level billing, customized user analytic reports, employee rollout and training services, and white-label services. FreeConferenceCall.com was founded by David Erickson in 2001 and is based in Long Beach, California.