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Case Study: WFRN Radio did a WWJD and joined PastorsLine

By Jason Alexis | April 26, 2022

Spoiler alert: This blog is going to be a bit emotional. As I am writing this, I have goosebumps and that incredible “alignment with the Lord” feeling. It is not often that we get such a powerful example of His work. And yet, why am I surprised? God is the original “out of the box”…

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Case Study: RHI Church texting mixes Apples and Androids

By Jason Alexis | April 26, 2022

If your church is like RHI, your folks have a mix of mobile phones. How well does your texting software service both Apple and Google platforms? Pastor Steven Pettit, Co-Director of Rescue Hill NCMC, shared his experience with us. Who are Rescue Hill NCMC? Pastor Steve explained: “We are an Anti-Human Trafficking Org. But within…

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Case Study: How First Reformed Church reduced their data silos, saving 50% in maintenance costs

By Jason Alexis | April 19, 2022

How many data silos does your ministry maintain? In an interview with Anne, part of the PastorsLine Care Team, Toby Thomack (Youth and Worship Pastor at First Reformed Church in Oostburg, Wisconsin) shared how PastorsLine helped them achieve their primary goal: reducing 3 data silos to 1—and had some unexpected benefits as well. First, a…

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Pay a bit more for better hospitality? Crosspointe Alliance Church thinks it is worth it.

By Jason Alexis | April 10, 2022

How “extreme” is your church hospitality? Before we get into what this is and how to achieve it, let’s chat a minute about hospitality itself. Why does hospitality matter? To get some perspective, think about services you use such as car mechanic, supermarket, dentist, coffee shop, etc. Why do you keep going back time and…

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Case Study: With the help of 2 PastorsLine Features, Fellowship Baptist Church doesn’t ignore any texts

By Jason Alexis | March 25, 2022

Your church is probably ignoring texts from guests and members! How? From Landlines! We don’t think so. Surely, no one is texting our landlines. Are you absolutely sure? Here’s a fact: 150 million texts are sent to landlines every single day! And your landline is probably one of them! So, it’s not a question of…

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Case Study: How Eric from SALT went from reaching dozens to thousands while using PastorsLine and a text strategy

By Jason Alexis | March 4, 2022

What if… Your organization started as one thing…and then changed to something completely different. When you began, you were using PastorsLine for your bulk texting needs. As your needs changed, could PastorsLine change with you? In this ministry case study, you will be able to get a glimpse into the wonderful work that Eric and…

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Church 1 on 1 calling in a bulk texting app? Yes, please!

By Jason Alexis | June 21, 2021

Why would a church-centric, bulk texting platform, such as PastorsLine, add a 1 on 1 calling feature to its mobile app? One reason is the personal touch. There are plenty of times when a phone call is the best type of communication. This is especially true for churches. Yet, this is just the tip of…

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QR codes and Churches: Now and Beyond

By Jason Alexis | May 25, 2021

Spring 2021. In the US, things are moving towards being able to get back together face-to-face. People are starting to meet in larger groups. However, the CDC still recommends masks, social distancing, and a more touchless environment. QR codes can help with that. What are QR codes? A quick response (QR) code is a 2-dimensional…

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Why and how your church should use Zoom to live stream your church services, especially in emergencies (Part II)

By Jason Alexis | March 20, 2020

In times of national or international crises, our faith is tested. At the same time, though, an opportunity presents itself where those who are attending church but wavering or those who are not regular attendees, all find themselves in a desperate need and search for God. We know many of us may be at different…

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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…