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5 Time-Saving Ways to Repurpose Your Social Media Content

Every social media manager is looking for the next new viral post idea. We can spend hours scouring the social media networks for the latest trends and creating content that we hope is the next big thing. But what if we already have the next big post, we just need to look back instead of forward?

Filament Bible Paired With App Creates Optimal Bible Study Experience

It is a beautiful thing when the incomparable Word of God can be paired with the very best technological advancements to advance reading, understanding, and application. That’s what we see with a line of new Bibles paired with a Bible app called Filament. 

6 Ways to Promote Easter Using Social Media

Social media has become a more prominent communication tool for churches during the pandemic. When you haven’t been able to see people in-person, you’ve probably shared sermon videos and offered encouragement with those connected to the church’s social media channels.

Tech Fast for Lent

As we approach the Lenten season, you might wonder what to give up in this time of reflection. Popular items include caffeine, meat, sugar, television, and alcohol, among others.

Facebook Ads for Churches

When you realize that Facebook has over 2.45 billion monthly active users, you understand how much of an impact you can have with the Gospel. Ministries and churches have the unique opportunity to advance the most important message in the world, and one way you can do that is by leveraging Facebook ads.

5 Must Haves to Develop a Better Online Church Experience

When you think of church, you probably think of freshly brewed coffee, the laughter of friends, welcoming hugs, your favorite hymns, and the preaching of God's word. It's a place to belong, be enriched, and build up spiritual strength for the week ahead. Why would we ever want to give all this up for church on a screen? Well, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of individuals unable to meet in-person, and for a time online meeting in person as a church has become and might still be a mandate out of our control, depending on where you live.

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