SAN ANTONIO /Christian Newswire — In what is believed to be the first faith-based channel developed for Amazon Fire TV, Community Bible Church (CBC), an interdenominational church with a vast global following, has launched a channel for the popular new streaming media player.
The CBC channel’s features include:
- Online Church: Music and messages accessible 24/7 in English and Spanish
- Online Groups: Join Bible study from home
- Message Archive: Watch any sermon, any time
- About CBC: Learn about the ministry
“In March, we announced the debut of the CBC Roku channel and an app for iTunes and Google Play, which have been enormously popular ways to bring the Lord into His followers’ lives,” said CBC Innovation Pastor Nils Smith. “Each new platform is a golden opportunity to spread the word of God, and that’s why we are particularly thrilled to blaze a trail in His name via Amazon Fire TV.”
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CBC is well-known for its ability to leverage technology and social media worldwide. Each week, more than 27,000 people attend CBC’s campus in San Antonio and online church, which reaches the faithful in more than 150 countries. The online church’s popularity is exceptionally strong, with 452,000 Facebook ‘likes.’ The CBC and online church Twitter pages have nearly 40,000 followers combined.
About Community Bible Church
Formed in May 1990, from day one the mission of the Community Bible Church (CBC) has been to reach people with the good news of salvation in Jesus’ name, to teach people how to live the Christian life according to the Bible, and to help people through the hard times in life. CBC gathers in large group celebrations for worship and in small groups for Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and ministry.
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