There are a lot of methods churches are using today to reach people and bring them into the church — cool lights, haze machines during worship, a coffee shop in the lobby, shorter service times, and creative stage props. All these are fine to do,
Let’s face it. Times are changing. How does the church adapt without damaging the integrity of the gospel? What is the best way to communicate with members and potential members?You said it! Social Media! Don’t get scared away, social media doesn’t have to be a
“I can’t go to church today because I have to stay home and take care of my sick niece.” Does this or a similar story sound familiar? I’m not the only one that has a very busy schedule but still wants to stay as connected
We see a lot of creative marketing campaigns these days, but there is one critical element that every successful campaign hinges on - the value proposition. Marketing is not just promoting a product, and branding is not just synthetically crafting an image. A clearly defined
Most churches do not immediately think of Google Adwords as an avenue for marketing or promotion. There are just so many web searches daily for church related terms that it seems like it would be too difficult to get relevant web traffic for a reasonable
Social media takes every element of what it means to “be social”, amplifies it and expands it to accommodate a vast majority of a population who seek similar interests. It also reaches out and motivates those who don’t seek similar interests. For a church, this
Okay, so you want to launch your media ministry by starting a television program? What program format will you choose? A talk show? An up-close-and-personal teaching show? A videotaped church service? An all-music format? Or a variety program that includes a little teaching, a little
Even Jesus, the greatest church leader of all time reminded us that the path to salvation is narrow and difficult for the rich. And by world standards, we in America are rich!
We take clean drinking water for granted. Do you know there are about 1
I’ve heard it said to church leaders that their church could be one of four churches located at a four-way intersection and each church could fulfill the needs of its people if they were all pursuing the distinct assignment that God had given them.
Our articles typically focus on marketing, management, social media, and fundraising — but we decided to take a week and talk specifically about church leadership, life, and church growth. If you are a Pastor or a church leader … this post is for you.