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Reduce Communication Cracks with Just One Church Number

By lalainesogol | February 21, 2020

Some churches have a landline and then one or more mobile numbers. It is estimated that every day, 150 million texts are sent to non-mobile numbers. How many are reaching your church landline…and thus, being missed? Having several mobile numbers can be confusing for people—which to call when? In short, multiple church numbers can cause…

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Pastors and Leaders: Just like Mark Cuban, You Can Take your Accessibility to the Next Level

By Jason Alexis | December 1, 2019

Mark Cuban has joined the group of celebrities who are sharing their “phone numbers” with the public. Why? In an article in The Dallas Morning News, Cuban explained that he thinks it’s important for businesspeople to be accessible. Cuban wants to set an example of this and tries to get back to 20-30 texts each…

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How to make the most of SMS for VBS

By Jason Alexis | June 3, 2018

Many of you are hard at work on the fast-approaching VBS season. Whether a fully paid, subsidized or free series of events, VBS is a very big deal. In her article on the website, Facts and Trends, Sara Shelton informed: “Churches that used LifeWay VBS material reported more than 2.5 million people enrolled in VBS”.…

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SMS text messaging, short and long codes explored

By Jason Alexis | February 14, 2018

There’s a lot of discussion about which of the two opt-in choices is better—shortcodes or longcodes. Just in case you are new to all this… Members and visitors must opt-in to be able to receive text messages sent by service providers. To do this, most service providers use what are called ‘shortcodes’ or ‘longcodes’. Shortcodes,…

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Automated Messages Workflows

By Jason Alexis | February 5, 2018

Easter is fast coming up and we’re sure you’ve already started planning/organizing for this important church celebration. Easter is one of the most attended weekends for Christian churches—many being people who haven’t been in church for a while. We know the unchurched or used-to-be-churched are most receptive around Easter (and Christmas). So you invest money…

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Learn the 3 Reasons why Evangelist, Wyatt Allen, loves PastorsLine

By Jason Alexis | October 8, 2017

Amazing Facts associate speaker, Wyatt Allen, conducting Bible Prophecy Seminars nationwide, recently shared his own amazing experience with the PastorsLine communications platform. A few months ago Allen was scheduled to lead out in a city-wide public seminar in Houston, Texas area. As he spoke with the Houston Central Church communications director about strategy and logistics…

The anatomy of a guest follow-up dialogue

The anatomy of a guest follow-up dialogue

By Jason Alexis | August 10, 2017

To grow a healthy church you need to think RELATIONSHIPS. One powerful way to create and sustain strong relationships in today’s ‘digital’ world is through text. But how can we use texting to get your first-time guest to ‘fall in love’ with your church? If the church is people, and people are social, let’s forget…

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The anatomy of a guest follow-up text

By Jason Alexis | August 6, 2017

The Anatomy of a Guest Follow-up Text Your weekend services are too important to let any new guests fall through the cracks. Let us help you reach more guests by adding our Digital Connect Texts to your service this weekend. Having previously discussed the anatomy of a guest follow-up process, it was concluded that adding…

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The anatomy of a guest follow-up text

By Jason Alexis | August 6, 2017

The Anatomy of a Guest Follow-up Text Your weekend services are too important to let any new guests fall through the cracks.Let us help you reach more guests by adding our Digital Connect Texts to your service this weekend. Having previously discussed the anatomy of a guest follow-up process, it was concluded that adding text,…

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The anatomy of a guest follow-up process

By Jason Alexis | August 2, 2017

There are several aspects of a proper guest strategy that has nothing to do with digital tools. Your process is number #1. Your process also varies based on your church culture, your church resources, and your church mission. What is central to all churches is the commission to make disciples of men. When most churches…