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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 who have chosen to use PastorsLine as part of their church’s digital communication methodology. Just as importantly, however, it includes each and every person who...
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At the moment (posted during the COVID-19 pandemic), your church might be texting more than usual...and that’s a good thing. Text messages can go a long way to keeping your...
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In Matthew 6, Jesus teaches the people how to pray. Those of us who pray this way, know firsthand the power of prayer, and since we know it, we want to use this power to help others in need. Why a prayer chain? Prayer Chains, as you already know, satisfy our human need to connect with and intercede on each other’s behalf before God. They also amplify the power of the prayer according to Matthew 18:20 which says: “Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth...
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Perhaps… People are physically sitting in your church, listening to your sermon. Some of them are first-time guests. Some are church members. You have just told them about an upcoming...
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A lot of people are texting. That makes sense since texting is the fastest opened, most read, and most responded to form of communication today. In this article, we are going to show you why this was important for Merlin Cochran (our case study below). What does this mean for calls? Deadcellzones.com maps mobile reception problem areas. Statistics on their website show that on average, a US cell phone user makes/receives 8 calls each day. In other words, 300 million US cell phone users are making 2.4 billion calls daily....
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In times of national or international crises, our faith is tested. At the same time, though, an opportunity presents itself where those who are attending church but wavering or those...
Phone Systems For Churches And Ministries
Can we talk enough about the importance of guest follow-up? Before we look at a case study of how one church is handling this, let’s check out some very recent information about this topic. Recent information Yvonne Gentile is the co-author (with Debi Nixon) of the book, The Art of Hospitality Implementation Guide. Ms. Gentile identifies three key principles in an effective guest follow-up methodology: correct timing, a human connection, and the right level of friendliness. Correct timing The data appears to show that following up with a first-time visitor...
Reduce Communication Cracks
Some churches have a landline and then one or more mobile numbers. It is estimated that every day, 150 million texts are sent to non-mobile numbers. How many are reaching...
Reduce Communication Cracks
You know you said it about what feels like a million times. You made announcements from the pulpit, sent out church bulletins, spoke to people personally...and yet, your congregants repeatedly tell you: “I never heard about that.” Take heart because there is light at the end of this tunnel as you will see in this case study with Greg Cronin, Teams Pastor at Bayside Church in Woodland, CA. What Bayside Church usually did Greg shared: “Before PastorsLine, we communicated via Sunday morning announcements & bulletins, direct text messages from pastors...
Moving People from Broadcast to Baptism
Outreach, crusades, and going beyond-the-walls are all concepts many of us are familiar with. We understand our commission stated in Matt 28:19. In essence, it’s “evangelism”. It’s reaching people for...
How to Turn Church Emails into Automated, Communication Powerhouses
Don’t let the ‘lower-than-text open rate’ put you off. Email for churches is very much alive, well, and super useful. If your church is using email as your main tool to communicate with your congregations, it is time to reconsider. Most of your audience simply does not open your emails. Texting, with its 98% open rate, should be your primary digital communication tool. However, email should definitely be part of your ‘and’ digital strategy. Here’s why... Segmented engagement Email shines when churches use it for highly-targeted content that really adds...

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