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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 14 February 2017
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...
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on 11 February 2017
Jerrod Boling, product evangelist for PastorsLine, has created a short, info-packed, intro to PastorsLine. He explains why digital communication is so important to the growth and success of churches today. Then, he gives real-world examples of how PastorsLine improves communication with your church family and promotes the growth of your ministry. Finally, Jerrod enthusiastically walks us through an overview of the PastorsLine platform itself. What’s in the Session Who is Jerrod? (01:46) Why is communication so important? (03:09) TOC of webinar including stuff for free (05:02) Why online texting? (07:18)...
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on 24 January 2017
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...
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on 24 January 2017
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 is against. It can seem a bit confusing. As a result of the confusion, You might not be using text because you mistakenly think it doesn’t work. You might be using text but NOT to its maximum effectiveness. Add to that the fact that text messaging has matured which means the rules have changed somewhat. Your users today are more...
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on 21 November 2016
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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on 26 January 2016
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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on 11 January 2016
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,...
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on 6 January 2016
Pastor Richie Halversen is a dynamic preacher and caring pastor at the College Drive Church and its plant, the Ridge. These are Seventh Day Adventist congregations located outside of Jackson, Mississippi. When it comes to communications technology, Pastor Richie believes that it is of the utmost importance when  spreading the Gospel in today's world. He uses the PastorsLine (formerly crossMRKT) text messaging service as one of his preferred communication channels for his churches. One of the best new tools I have integrated in my evangelism is SMS service provided @SymbiotaTech...
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on 31 December 2015
With over 6.3 billion mobile connections in the world (based on one UN study), text messaging in developing and underdeveloped countries still trumps other communication methods (that we all may...
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on 29 December 2015
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. E-mail was one of the selling points of the computer, along with all the glitzy programs and games, but not everyone had a computer. Nearly everybody had a cell phone, and some of them started using these for work purposes. As soon as the cell phones became small enough to be carried on the hip or in the pocket, it became a consumer...