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Why would a church-centric, bulk texting platform, such as PastorsLine, add a 1 on 1 calling feature to its mobile app? One reason is the personal touch. There are plenty of times when a phone call is the best type of communication. This is especially true for churches. Yet, this is just the tip of...
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Why would a church-centric, bulk texting platform, such as PastorsLine, add a 1 on 1 calling feature to its mobile app? One reason is the personal touch. There are plenty...
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We’d like to introduce Pastor Jacob Serns. You may have run into him on his YouTube channel. If not, it’s worth checking out. [caption id="attachment_14495" align="alignleft" width="300"] via YouTube[/caption] Jacob describes himself as a church planter. He loves the concept of going into a new community or area and starting work there. At the moment, Jacob has two churches in Texas: Benbrook Seventh-day Adventist Church (less than 3 years old and picking up in growth) and Weatherford Seventh-day Adventist Church which is a bit more established. Jacob hopes to plant...
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Spring 2021. In the US, things are moving towards being able to get back together face-to-face. People are starting to meet in larger groups. However, the CDC still recommends masks,...
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We’ve learned that it’s “mobile-first” when it comes to a digital communication strategy, right? So, you might find it strange that some churches PREFER using their landline for texting and calling. Pastor Richard Stigile of Real Life Church gave us three reasons why he and his church prefer using their landline number for church communication over his cell phone number: #1 Privacy #2 Immediate identity with the church #3 Provides a call back number for the recipient to get in touch with someone without contacting me directly Let’s dive a...
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At PastorsLine, service is the main part of our organization’s culture. We truly feel that we serve God best by serving others well. Of course, this applies to our partners—those...
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Does this sound like your church? Bonnie Keith (Connections, Missions, & Outreach Ministry Assistant of Moncton Wesleyan Church) shared that in their church: “Before signing up for Pastorsline we were emailing and calling but not getting the results we had hoped for with either. Emails remained unopened and calls were not being answered. In the past, these were marvelous ways to communicate but things have changed, and we recognized that we needed to change with the times to keep people fed, ministered to, and connected.” At PastorsLine, we see a...
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What’s your church doing for Easter? It might seem strange to be thinking about it so early, especially in view of the rapidly-changing landscape due to COVID-19. Yet, we know...
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Here is a silver lining story shared by Associate Pastor Humberto Hilario of Iglesia Cristiana Buenas Nuevas. Up to the time the clouds rolled in, their church communications were “in-person (mostly) or WhatsApp/messaging for some groups. We had no communications plan or follow up strategy.” While this wasn’t the most efficient or effective communications methodology, it was getting the job done. So, there wasn’t all that much motivation to change things. Perhaps you’ve been in a similar situation or are in the same one now in your church. Then the...
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It’s not useful if you don’t know how to use it. Something is only great if you are comfortable using it, right? That’s why it was wonderful to hear about...
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In this age of “e” everything, it often feels really progressive to scrap the weekly paper church bulletins and replace them with something digital and ‘modern.’ In fact, in our experience, most churches we work with are traditional, contemporary, or both, adapting some of the modern digital tools and strategies at a slow pace. Force-fitting modernism can do more bad than good. In most cases, a hybrid approach is desired—deliberate but slower. Here’s our suggested approach for finding the best church bulletin format for your ministry. Did you ask your...

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