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27 November 2018
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It was my pleasure to speak with Michelle Dyke of Real Life Christian Church in Orlando, Florida. Michelle (a former Actuary) shared that once, she considered herself a Christian who “believed in God but didn’t believe in going to church”.  However, a life-changing life event made her feel lost, and she began looking for a...
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on 2 August 2017
  There are several aspects of a proper guest strategy that has nothing to do with digital tools. Your process is number #1. Your process also varies based on your...
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on 26 June 2017
We’re really enjoying how your feedback is leading to improvements and refinements. Thanks and keep those comments / requests coming! Here’s where we are at the moment... Duplicates handling It's no secret that most CCB users probably have tons of duplicate data within their applications. And once you sync that data with ours...well, we’ve most likely randomly selected one of the duplicates and discarded the others. (For us, duplicates are two or more CCB individuals who had the same phone number.) Some of our ministry partners were concerned about sending...
Fixes, Features, and forecast

on 5 June 2017
We think of PastorsLine as the “Facebook” of text messaging. Our aim is to help churches use technology to fulfill their ministry by connecting with people in an authentic social...
Fixes, Features, and forecast

on 1 May 2017
We have done a ton under the hood of PastorsLine. You will continue to notice improved performance when using the desktop or mobile app. Mobile App ​Talking about the mobile app, have you tried it yet? Whether or not you prefer using the desktop version, I would recommend installing and signing into the app. This will allow you to know (once push notifications are turned on) when someone has replied. Also, you can engage with them, wherever you are, whenever you like. Isn't that what it's all about? Download Now...
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on 25 April 2017
Improve your church communications (and reduce your workload) by integrating your Church Community Builder and PastorsLine accounts. Integrating PastorsLine and CCB gives your church improved communication and better relationships with...
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on 21 April 2017
Improve your church communications (and reduce your workload) by integration your CCB and PastorsLine accounts If you are already using Church Community Builder (CCB) to build community, engage people, and help grow disciples, but not quite as satisfied with CCB’s Twexting™ feature, we have great news for you. We are happy to announce a deep, 2-way integration between CCB and PastorsLine to give you the best of both worlds: keep all the great CCB relationship-building tools AND gain a more powerful text and voice communication platform. With 90% of text...
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on 19 April 2017
Congratulations to you and your ministerial team for making it through the weekend. You guys deserve a gold star! So just over the weekend you now have seen many guests...
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on 5 April 2017
Easy Ministry Ideas Video Transcript Are you looking for an easy and simple ministry to start of your own? Well, in this video, I talk about how you can use your cell phone to make a difference for the Kingdom of God. Stay tuned! Hey guys, my name is Justin and I want to welcome you to That Christian Vlogger, a place where you get to join me and experience, “Faith in the First Person.” On this channel, I talk about relevant issues of faith every single Monday and Thursday,...
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on 14 February 2017
With text messaging services like Viber, Skype, iMessenger, Google hangouts, WhatsApp, GroupMe etc. available for free use, why would you need anything else? For example, both GroupMe and WhatsApp are...
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on 14 February 2017
Solid, healthy relationships take time and patience. Some relationships take off after the first or second meeting. Usually, though, it is the steady, consistent interaction which creates the bond. They say it takes 7 points of contact to “sell” anyone. [source] So, too, with first-time church visitors. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will be your relationship with your first-time guest. What needs to happen is a deliberate strategy to engage. Churches need to keep the conversation going, collect visitor data to personalize the interactions, and integrate that...