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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 Bible study series, and you would like people to sign up for it now, while they are still spiritually engaged and motivated. You would also...
Best Church Texting System
If you are already using texting, then you are probably already doing these 3 things. If you are new to using texting, here are the top 3 activities most churches...
Text vs. Email vs. Push
Many pastors, church leaders and ministers face the same problem: how to quickly communicate important information to your entire congregation. In the past, there were easy, straightforward solutions. You could send something in the mail, hand out a note at church, or call people. There was a time when writing a letter was the easiest way to communicate with family and friends all over the world. Then, the computer was developed, and a while after that, the World Wide Web (Internet) sprang into existence. This combination enabled email. Email was...
So, texting in churches? Where are we now?
You’ve most likely heard A LOT about including text messaging as part of a church communications plan. Some of what you’ve heard is in favor of including texting and some...
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Part II: Why and how your church should use Zoom to live stream your church services, especially in emergencies Why do you hold church meetings? To transfer information? Consider texting or sending an email instead. To socialize? Nice, but team-building activities are more effective...and more fun. That leaves situations where you and your church team really do need to brainstorm, discuss, and come to some decision. OK, a meeting it is. But everyone doesn’t have to be in the same physical location. Think about the time involved… 1 hr to...
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We share your communication challenges. Having been a church communicator, I’ve been there, trying to make contact, whether it’s a first-time chat with guests or sending relevant information to existing...
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We have been examining one of the biggest developments in church technology today: how to bring your church online. This is our third post in this series, following Jay Kranda's helpful videos regarding this issue as the basis. His analysis of church online really dovetails with my own experiences in helping churches develop online ministries. The first post presented an overall vision for church online and the second post discussed how to build a process, often called a funnel, so that people who visit your online resources are plugged into...
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In our previous post about church online, we talked about how your church can reach out to a new, digital mission field. I have been helping businesses, churches and ministries...
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Scott and Julie Lorino have been leaders in children's ministry since 2001. They have served as Adventurers club leaders, both at their home congregation of Houston Central Seventh-day Adventist Church and district-wide in the Texas Conference, as well. The Adventurers Club started as classes within the Adventist School system curricula in 1939 for children aged 4 to 9, but has evolved over the years to be a separate entity within local Adventist churches. For those of you who are not familiar with the concept, it may feel similar to organizations like...
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What’s next in the world of churches, marketing and technology in 2016? Two words: Church Online. Not to be confused by the phrase 'Online Church'. Keep reading... You may have...
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Over the past decade, United Baptist Church (UBC) in Hempstead, NY has been developing a digital communication strategy, to grow their church. Their main communication channels include a mobile app, a website and a Facebook page. They also utilize the crossMRKT text messaging service. (crossMRKT is an earlier version of PastorsLine.) When Pastor Sedgwick Easley first arrived at UBC, the church did not even own a computer. In 2011, UBC started a website. From there, they continued to add new digital and print communications channels. They launched the crossMRKT text...
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