Is Your Ministry "Social" Enough?

Jul 2, 2015 9:33:15 AM

Pastors around the country are rapidly discovering the importance of social media. No longer are Facebook and Twitter geared to college students only; they’re now the way people of all ages communicate.

Church leaders - in their unique position to spread God’s word - have begun to use these platforms to their advantage.

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3 Easy Ways to Grow Your Church

Jun 18, 2015 10:52:47 AM

If you have fewer than 100 members attend your church on a given weekend, you’re in the majority. In fact, 60% of Protestant churches fall into this category.

And though becoming a mega-church (church bodies that typically attract more than 1,000 adults each weekend) is in no way the goal for most pastors, you probably want your ministry to touch as many people as it can. 

Here are three small things every church can do to grow and become more inviting to its members - old and new alike.

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Is Live Video Streaming Right for Your Church?

Jun 4, 2015 11:18:32 AM

Many churches across the country are finding they can better engage their congregations through live video streaming - a tool that enables viewers to join their communities when they can’t make it to church.

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Should Your Church Go Online?

May 21, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Churches everywhere are starting to stream their services -  is it time for you to consider live video streaming yours?

We say yes.

In just seven years, the number of religiously unaffiliated people in America has increased by 6%.

While there is no easy answer as to how to best reverse this trend or why it’s happening, there is one tool you can use to strengthen ties between your congregants and your church.  

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Keep Your Church Relevant in the 21st Century

May 7, 2015 11:00:00 AM

How many times a day do you check your phone?

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The secret to keeping your church relevant

May 1, 2015 12:29:00 PM

Have you ever taken a step back to evaluate the constantly changing dynamics of media communication?

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