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Church Community Builder

By Team PastorsLine | April 21, 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,…

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Easy Ministry Ideas | PastorsLine

By Team PastorsLine | April 5, 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…

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3 Things the Top Churches are Doing Now

By Jason Alexis | February 14, 2017

Texting DOES work and IS effective, provided your church knows how to use it AND you have a text messaging system that has the elements you need. Many systems include modules so you can do the things you should be doing now.

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Text vs. Email vs. Push

By Jason Alexis | January 24, 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 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…

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10 Tips for zooming into online church meetings (Part I)

By Jason Alexis | December 20, 2016

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…

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Church Online: The Steps

By Jason Alexis | February 11, 2016

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 with digital and mobile marketing for years now and I recently saw that Jay Kranda, the online campus Pastor at Saddleback Church, had a video…

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Building an Effective Communication Strategy for a Children’s Ministry

By Jason Alexis | January 26, 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…

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Turning “On” your Offline Church

By Jason Alexis | January 20, 2016

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 heard the term Online Campus and you’re likely to have heard the phrase ‘Internet church’, as well. Many top churches have already set the tone…

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Texting vs. E-mail, in the pocket or on the desktop

By Jason Alexis | December 29, 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…

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10 Ways Ministries are Using Text Messaging

By Jason Alexis | November 4, 2015

Churches and ministries are using text messages on cell phones and devices in increasing numbers. Texts are short messages of up to 160 characters that can be sent from one cell phone to another. Once the teen-aged crowd made the cell phone a ubiquitous device carried everywhere, anytime, anyplace, they began creating a shorthand form for words, to pack even more into the short (160 – character) messages.