The Christmas season is a busy time for everyone, and pastors are no exception. From planning extra services on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day to coordinating Christmas-related events, December can be a hectic month. Attendees and recent visitors are swept up in their own busy end-of-year schedules. When things get busy, texting can help remind people that someone is thinking of them, while everyone else tends to get caught up in their own holiday whirlwind.
Not all email signature generators are created equal—some are simpler than others and some offer more customization options than others. Thankfully, there are plenty of options out there for churches of all sizes and budgets. Here, we share our 10 favorites.
More and more organizations are turning to text messaging as a way to follow up with guests. The open rates are astronomical for text messages vs email! So if you're looking for a quick and easy way to stay in touch with your guests, texting is the way to go. It just might be the perfect solution for your church marketing needs. Keep reading for some creative ways to use texting for guest follow-up.
Churches don’t see engagement with their weekly services and ministries like they did before, and it’s made us all wonder, what’s the missing piece? Is it personal, direct communication, or human-to-human contact?
You need to communicate in the most comfortable way for people today: text messaging.
"Go where students are" is one of the key phrases student ministers hear when they begin doing youth ministry. The idea is, if you want to reach students for Christ, you need to go where they are. If you want to connect with kids today, find a way to communicate via smartphone. Here are some tips.
Having the right tech tools for ministry will elevate your efficiency and deepen relationships. Once considered impersonal, tech has proven itself to be a critical resource in church leadership, ministry, and development. In this article, I uncover my 9 essential tech tools.
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