Your email list is one of your church’s most important digital assets. If your church is only sending out monthly newsletters—or worse—just funeral announcements, you're missing the mark. Your email list should be thoughtfully curated to build trust and add value in a way that leaves readers looking forward to your next update.
What if you could stop racking your brain for great content for your church promos and website, and instead, use what’s hiding in plain sight? Great content is waiting for you—in your social media comments, baptism testimonials, lobby conversations, and more.
When you put a lot of work into Christmas services, the last thing that you want to have is a mediocre attendance on the day that you put everything into motion. On the contrary, with your ministry putting so much of your extra time and resources into the effort, you want to use the occasion as a way to pack everyone you can into the building. Here are three critical things that you want to have in place when promoting your Christmas service.
Many of us have grown up believing that running ads, or advertisements, should be left to the professionals and are only for organizations with large budgets. But today, this is no longer the case, thankfully. Creating Facebook ads for your church has never been easier or more cost-effective.
Gone are the days of paying massive amounts for custom coded sites or scratching your head trying to figure out a WordPress plugin. With a church-specific website company, you have a ministry partner that will help you grow and leverage your online tools properly.
In my experience, the right online design tool can save me time and face by helping me execute quickly and make creations look professional. You'll love having a favorite tool in your bag of tricks, and I've listed my favorite ones here.
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