Communication

3 Events You Can Repeat That Welcome Visitors

One of the most beneficial initiatives a church can take on is organizing large-scale events that attract newcomers, making it easy for members to invite and welcome visitors. Here are 3 to get you started along with some tips for keeping in communication with those visitors.

Tuesday Tip: Sermon Recap Tips

Get your social media followers to STOP scrolling and engage when you use creative design and animation techniques to arrest attention. Start by producing a sermon recap video using these pro tips. Does your church use sermon recap videos?

3 Superpower Lessons Every Online Pastor Needs To Hear Today

Pastors and their teams have quickly realized that posting sermon audios to their websites once a week won’t suffice in effectively ministering to their flocks throughout a lengthy pandemic. There are three superpower lessons that all online pastors need to hear today so that they can continue to serve their people well.

Tips for Creating Facebook Ads for Your Church

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.

3 Brilliant Tips for Using Social Media to Boost Your Church Engagement

A great many churches run at least one social media account, although often only used sporadically. If this sounds like your church, it may be time to consider utilizing social media effectively and through doing this, boost your church engagement.

5 Smart Ways to Use Tech to Connect With People In Your Church

Using tech to connect with people in your church should be high on your priority list during the summer months. Various tech solutions can help you maintain a connection with your people so that they feel supported and thought of by you, and it will kick off the church’s fall season stronger, too.

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