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Case Study: Filling in your Church’s Communication Cracks

By lalainesogol | July 8, 2019

Perrysburg First United Methodist Church is “here to serve, not to be served”. They serve a long list of local, national and international missions that support adults, youth, and children. Successfully running all these important missions depends on communication: people need to know what’s on offer as well as where to be, what to do,…

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Interview: Encouraging Brand New Guests Through Your Front Doors with Texting

By Anne Heath | April 19, 2019

Even though they have four campuses in central Ohio and minister to 3,600 people over 10 weekly services, Grace Fellowship understands that their front doors need to be seeing new faces continuously. I had the pleasure of speaking with Ronee De Leon, Administrator of both the Local Impact and Guest Services departments at Grace Fellowship…

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Interview: An “AND” Strategy at The Bay Church

By Anne Heath | February 8, 2019

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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Interview: Automated, Streamlined and Sustainable Texting for Grandad’s Church

By Anne Heath | January 27, 2019

The limited resources of many churches mean each ‘asset’ should multitask as much as possible. Communication apps are no exception. I recently had a chance to speak with Kristen Waddle, Communications and Production Director of Nebo Crossing Church in Nebo, North Carolina (formerly Eastside Baptist) about their experiences with PastorsLine. Kristen’s connection to Nebo Crossing…

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Interview: How Justin Carter of Cornerstone Christian Church is Effectively using PastorsLine especially during Emergencies

By Anne Heath | January 20, 2019

A short while ago, I had a lovely chat with Justin Carter, Lead Minister at Cornerstone Christian Church in Eau Claire, WI. Justin has been with the church and as their lead minister for 8 years. I asked Justin to tell me a little about how his church handled communication before joining PastorsLine. He shared…

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Interview: How Michelle Dyke of Real Life Church is saving time with PastorsLine multi user functionality.

By Anne Heath | November 27, 2018

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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Christmas Giveaway for Church Tech Today Subscribers 2018

By Jason Alexis | November 5, 2018

3 Christmas Tips Bonus: $100 PastorsLine credit As I am sure you are well aware, Christmas is coming, and as you are making plans and brainstorming ways to increase your member engagement and reach new (and old) guests, we want to share with you a few tips that we think will help! WHY? Free 60-day…

Christmas Giveaway 2018

By Jason Alexis | October 29, 2018

3 Christmas Tips Bonus: $100 PastorsLine credit As I am sure you are well aware, Christmas is coming, and as you are making plans and brainstorming ways to increase your member engagement and reach new (and old) guests, we want to share with you a few tips that we think will help! WHY? Free 60-day…

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Why you should not sign up to use PastorsLine

By Jason Alexis | July 31, 2018

Update 2019: Changes are coming soon!!! Day Hour Minute Second Let’s be honest. Our PastorsLine dashboard offers so much that at times, it feels overwhelming. Here are some options to consider. Explore a complete tour of our web app. Schedule a call with our team. Is this enough to convince you not to move forward?…

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Plans for Summer?

By Jason Alexis | July 11, 2018

Summer is well on its way and I hope you have or planned some downtime. Our summer plans include some downtime but lots of prep work to help churches do more with our system. We are working hard to be ready for your next major event be it Christmas, Easter or your next big weekend…