Our team at PastorsLine recommends an ‘AND’ instead of an ‘OR’ strategy. In other words, a combination of communication tools which fit your church culture. Let’s look at an AND strategy in action. A short while ago, I spoke with Sarah Poindexter and Leona Njoku-Obi of The Bay Church (formerly Calvary Temple Church) in Bay...
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At the start of the year, we often look at where churches are heading. What’s very clear is that the knowledge bases of most churches are now only a few...
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There’s a lot of discussion about which of the two opt-in choices is better—shortcodes or longcodes. Just in case you are new to all this… Members and visitors must opt-in to be able to receive text messages sent by service providers. To do this, most service providers use what are called ‘shortcodes’ or ‘longcodes’. Shortcodes, by nature, are short—usually five or six digits in length. For example, a shortcode could be 54321. A shortcode may be specific to one mobile operator or “common” and supported by all major mobile operators....
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Easter is fast coming up and we’re sure you’ve already started planning/organizing for this important church celebration. Easter is one of the most attended weekends for Christian churches—many being people...
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Engage with your Guests this Christmas Let PastorsLine save you time by seamlessly integrating into your Guest follow-up the process.  FREE Credits FREE Resources Hi Everyone... Anne here. Fun Christmas Challenge and bonus if you get it right! **Pay close attention to the # of hat changes in the video. After you sign up for your free trial, shoot us a message with how many hat changes you counted and if you're correct, we'll add an additional 1500 credits to your account.**  So what's this about anyways? I am glad you asked. The...
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  We love our clients here at PastorsLine -and we have partnered with some of the best and most creative churches out there! I want to share with you something...
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I recently chatted with Pastor Ezequiel “Zeke” Vazquez about how he uses text messaging, and technology in general, to help him spread The Word. At the moment, Zeke is volunteering at a local Church near Orlando, Florida while he is completing his M.A. at the Asbury Theological Seminary (Florida Dunnam Campus). This local Church has about 100 members and is unique: it is meeting inside a hospital until its new premises are completed. Zeke has previous ministry experience: he has pastored youth and pastored at the district level. Their Workflow...
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In this spontaneous, email-based interview, we looked at how Mission Church is using digital tools to connect with people in an authentic way. Mission Church in Ventura, CA offers practical...
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Amazing Facts associate speaker, Wyatt Allen, conducting Bible Prophecy Seminars nationwide, recently shared his own amazing experience with the PastorsLine communications platform. A few months ago Allen was scheduled to lead out in a city-wide public seminar in Houston, Texas area. As he spoke with the Houston Central Church communications director about strategy and logistics the question came up: “How can we build relationships with the first-time seminar guests”. The communications manager said, “You may want to check out this new software.” It was PastorsLine. Pastor Allen feels that evangelism,...
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  Editor's Note: A church partner shared this internal memo with us. This memo was sent to their senior leaders to get approval to switch from TextMarks. After weeks of...
The anatomy of a guest follow-up dialogue
To grow a healthy church you need to think RELATIONSHIPS. One powerful way to create and sustain strong relationships in today’s ‘digital’ world is through text. But how can we use texting to get your first-time guest to ‘fall in love’ with your church? If the church is people, and people are social, let’s forget about texting and let’s talk about relationships. Ideally, the church will have enough leaders to personally visit every single guest who attends church. Of course, assuming that that guest would be happy with a random...

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