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.
Websites have become a virtual front door. As we continue to move forward into this new era of ministry, churches need to leverage their website to serve people who are thinking about faith. To capture these opportunities, churches should strategically publish content that engages and nurtures visitors on various topics and felt needs.
Churches may invest time and resources into creating a visually appealing homepage, but neglect to create a comprehensive "Staff" page that accurately reflects the church's leadership and tone of the community. Let’s discuss why the "Staff" page is an important part of a church website and what should be included on this page.
These days, the term ‘online ministry’ encompasses a variety of ways churches reach people through social media, courses, podcasts, and video (to name just a few). Is your church exploring these options?
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.
In today's fast-paced world, pastors and church leaders are constantly on the move, preaching, counseling, and meeting with their congregation. They must have access to the biblical resources they need at their fingertips, especially when they are pressed for time. Logos Bible Software offers a solution to this problem by providing a digital study library that is accessible and searchable from any device.
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