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4 Ways to Avoid the Pitfalls of Email

4 Ways to Avoid the Pitfalls of Email

Reflecting on some of the mistakes I made in ministry I am thankful for the people who showed me grace but were also honest with me.  One area where I was ignorant and needed accountability was email.  I am not talking about how to technically use email, but how to...

How to Make the Most of Your Online Services

How to Make the Most of Your Online Services

Now that we are about a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, most churches have adapted to the “new normal.” This means nearly every church has started offering online services. Perhaps you feel like online services are not making enough of an impact. Or maybe you’re...

Feeding the Virtual Flock

Feeding the Virtual Flock

Church emails can be a real blessing, communicating encouragement, concerns, information about the activities of the church body, service schedules and details, links to online services and classes, expectations for the future, and even teaching—a wide variety of...

Mastering the “Art” of Church Communications

Mastering the “Art” of Church Communications

Pastor Resources · Mastering The Art Of Church Communications   To communicate effectively, church leaders need to use precise, carefully chosen messages with accurate and complete details. Words are certainly a key component, but they’re just part of the equation....

No More Assumptions: Using Data to Nurture Your Congregation

No More Assumptions: Using Data to Nurture Your Congregation

    We live in a digital era, where technology is at our fingertips and access to data helps us manage our day-to-day lives more efficiently. For example, EveryDollar lets us track our household spend so we have a better understanding of where our money is...

Build a publication from the ground up.

Build a publication from the ground up.

Have you ever had to start a church newsletter from scratch? If not, you may face that challenge someday. Maybe you’ll accept a job at a church that’s never had a newsletter. Or a publication might become so outdated that church leaders ask you to start over. Or a...

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

There are now over 2.2 billion Facebook users across the world. A staggering number, and one that continues to grow year after year. If you’re doing ministry in a small town or rural setting, it may have taken a little longer for the Facebook craze to hit, but at this...

5 Steps to Growing Your Facebook Audience

5 Steps to Growing Your Facebook Audience

Have you been on Facebook for a while but your ministry page seems to have slow growth? Are you stuck at 1k followers? Are you posting content consistently but not seeing much engagement? Well in this guide we layout 5 Steps to help you grow your Facebook Audience....

5 Reasons Pastors Struggle with Facebook

5 Reasons Pastors Struggle with Facebook

Have you been on Facebook for over a year but yet you only have under 1000 followers? Are you posting content 2-3 times a day but yet your engagement is low? Do you have a huge following but your content isn’t getting many likes? You are probably making 1 of these 5...

The Power of Live Stream

The Power of Live Stream

We live in a very digital world and if your church or ministry is anywhere on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and all the other social media networks you know that these platforms offer live stream. Live Stream is a feature that allows you to stream your content onto...

4 Ways to Avoid the Pitfalls of Email

4 Ways to Avoid the Pitfalls of Email

Reflecting on some of the mistakes I made in ministry I am thankful for the people who showed me grace but were also honest with me.  One area where I was ignorant and needed accountability was email.  I am not talking about how to technically use email, but how to...

How to Make the Most of Your Online Services

How to Make the Most of Your Online Services

Now that we are about a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, most churches have adapted to the “new normal.” This means nearly every church has started offering online services. Perhaps you feel like online services are not making enough of an impact. Or maybe you’re...

Feeding the Virtual Flock

Feeding the Virtual Flock

Church emails can be a real blessing, communicating encouragement, concerns, information about the activities of the church body, service schedules and details, links to online services and classes, expectations for the future, and even teaching—a wide variety of...

Mastering the “Art” of Church Communications

Mastering the “Art” of Church Communications

Pastor Resources · Mastering The Art Of Church Communications   To communicate effectively, church leaders need to use precise, carefully chosen messages with accurate and complete details. Words are certainly a key component, but they’re just part of the equation....

No More Assumptions: Using Data to Nurture Your Congregation

No More Assumptions: Using Data to Nurture Your Congregation

    We live in a digital era, where technology is at our fingertips and access to data helps us manage our day-to-day lives more efficiently. For example, EveryDollar lets us track our household spend so we have a better understanding of where our money is...

Build a publication from the ground up.

Build a publication from the ground up.

Have you ever had to start a church newsletter from scratch? If not, you may face that challenge someday. Maybe you’ll accept a job at a church that’s never had a newsletter. Or a publication might become so outdated that church leaders ask you to start over. Or a...

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

There are now over 2.2 billion Facebook users across the world. A staggering number, and one that continues to grow year after year. If you’re doing ministry in a small town or rural setting, it may have taken a little longer for the Facebook craze to hit, but at this...

5 Steps to Growing Your Facebook Audience

5 Steps to Growing Your Facebook Audience

Have you been on Facebook for a while but your ministry page seems to have slow growth? Are you stuck at 1k followers? Are you posting content consistently but not seeing much engagement? Well in this guide we layout 5 Steps to help you grow your Facebook Audience....

5 Reasons Pastors Struggle with Facebook

5 Reasons Pastors Struggle with Facebook

Have you been on Facebook for over a year but yet you only have under 1000 followers? Are you posting content 2-3 times a day but yet your engagement is low? Do you have a huge following but your content isn’t getting many likes? You are probably making 1 of these 5...

The Power of Live Stream

The Power of Live Stream

We live in a very digital world and if your church or ministry is anywhere on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and all the other social media networks you know that these platforms offer live stream. Live Stream is a feature that allows you to stream your content onto...

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