By Jason Alexis | November 18, 2015
Once you have purchased or subscribed to a SMS service, your members and visitors can easily agree to accept messages from you or opt-in to your service. You are not allowed to simply enter in a batch of phone numbers into the application and send out messages, because that is considered spam and is not allowed…
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.
By Jason Alexis | October 9, 2015
Smart phones are everywhere. It does not matter whether you are in a church service or a coffee shop, nearly every person has a smartphone on their person. In fact, 90% of adults in the United States carry a cell phone.
By Jason Alexis | September 17, 2015
If you think texting is only for Generation LOL, think again. Reputable churches around the world are taking this popular mobile-phone feature more seriously; they’ve discovered that text messaging allows them to communicate more frequently, and more efficiently, with their members and followers. Compared to newspapers, junk mail, radio or TV, mobile text messaging (or…
By Team PastorsLine | August 26, 2015
The Mailchimp integration with our system is planned. August 2018 Imagine you are on the pulpit and wanted to capture someone’s name, phone and email then send then a follow-up text or an email with a link to a pdf you promised. Would this be something that can save you time? This workflow (using our…