Software

3 Elements of a Great Church Website Redesign

In recent years, church websites have evolved from glorified online flyers to digital front doors, to spaces where ministry actually occurs. Today’s hardest working church websites serve to attract and welcome guests, provide clear instructions on how newcomers can join in worship, and accomplish a bevy of ministry-specific goals, such as facilitating online giving, spreading the word about missions, finding classes, recruiting volunteers, live streaming and storing sermons, and offering opportunities to connect with the unique message a church is putting forward. 

Communication

12 Best Places to List Your Church Online

Searching online for information about people, places, products, and organizations is commonplace in our digital age. Most of us are doing multiple searches daily or even hourly. Tools like Google Places and Yelp provide valuable information about the establishments we want to visit, like restaurants, stores, schools, and even churches.

Media

Is Vlogging Your Ministry the Next Big Thing?

Can a church or minister use a vlog to expand their ministry, help grow believers or reach people for Jesus? Some people think the new craze of vlogging is the next big thing for the church.

Are you familiar with vlogging?

Worship

Worship Wars: Volume Levels in Church Sound

If there’s one complaint that pastors and sound techs hear the most, it’s this: “Worship is too loud!”

There’s often a good reason for most of these types of complaints. Unfortunately, the issue is seldom a volume control problem.

Sponsors

From Zero to Hero with Instagram

How to go
From Zero to Hero
with Instagram

A quick start guide to build and 
grow your church’s online strategy.

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