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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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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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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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Texting Can Resurrect the Easter Story

By Jason Alexis | February 6, 2021

What’s your church doing for Easter? It might seem strange to be thinking about it so early, especially in view of the rapidly-changing landscape due to COVID-19. Yet, we know that Easter is a holiday many people connect with and observe. In addition, Easter is a timeless reminder of the power of Jesus. The potential…

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Why cloud based text messaging solution trumps other applications like Skype, iMessenger, WhatsApp, etc…

By Jason Alexis | February 14, 2017

Using a cloud-based app allows you to extend the application and integrate with other tools that you are using.

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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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Are you using texting in churches? Here are top 3 things you should already be doing

By Jason Alexis | February 14, 2017

If you are already using texting, then you are probably already doing these 3 things. If you are new to using texting, here are the top 3 activities most churches should be doing to get started. I. Sharing Sending emergency updates, news updates and newsletters: One of the main reasons for using SMS messaging is…

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How to roll out an effective Text subscription campaign & Rules you should follow

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…

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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.

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5 Real Life Examples of Ministries That are Using Our Text Messaging System

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.