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Church Management Software (ChMS) is a self-explanatory term in itself. A ChMS is basically a system designed to help pastors manage, organize, and automate the daily operation of their church. If we want to elaborate on the purpose of this type of church automation software, we will find that it goes much deeper and way...
short and long codes explored
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...
Church SMS Text Messages
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 who haven’t been in church for a while. We know the unchurched or used-to-be-churched are most receptive around Easter (and Christmas). So you invest money and time to create nice graphics, set up landing pages with your services and maybe launch a few ads on FB to get people around your church to attend. Perfect. Tons of new guests RSVP—now...
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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...
countdown to Christmas
  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 one of our churches is doing this Christmas season because it is such a great way to connect with their church and it’s not too late if you would like to do something like it too! They have created a digital advent calendar and every day, at 9 am, a scheduled text is sent to anyone who has opted into...
Ezequiel “Zeke” Vazquez
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...
Tommy group director
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 Bible teaching and authentic worship in a creative, welcoming environment. Tommy Carreras is their group director. He also coordinates the new guest connection process. Tommy’s vision is encouraging people to connect both with God and each other. Their Workflow Tommy gets people and what effective communication should entail. Here’s what they did up until to (July, 2017). Mission Church’s visitor...
wyatt allen pastorsline
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...
which tool
  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 grilling us (we didn't mind) and maximizing the FREE 30-day trial, they were able to present an informed case about PastorsLine. Their proposal was accepted. I’ve had several requests to find an alternative to CCB [Church Community Builder] texting.  Currently, we are using TextMarks, but haven’t been satisfied.  We want to use text to engage First Time Guests, DRL Guests, and...
Fixes, Features, and forecast
Over the last two months, we have added additional features and fixed several items on our list. The following covers the ones that directly impact our users. Multi-user Options Our...
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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