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Tips, tactics, and resources for healthy church growth and outreach.
4 Reasons Why Increasing Easter Attendance Matters
By Pastor Brian Jones If there’s one thing we know about Easter, it’s that many senior pastors go to great lengths for increasing Easter attendance…
Make 2019 A.Maz.ing with Practical Outreach Training for Your Team
By Jason Daye Vice President of Mobilization, Outreach, Inc & Host of The ChurchLeaders Podcast We can all agree that Jesus has called us to…
10 Proven Strategies for an Effective Evangelism System
By Dr. Hal Seed New Song Community Church, Oceanside CA Your church can be used by God to lead people into a personal relationship with…
The 4 Key Words of Outreach Strategy: It Starts With Me
By Brian Davies Used with permission from Outreach Magazine – original post can be found here For over five years, the Billy Graham Center…
67 Great Ideas, Perspectives, and Principles from the Outreach Summit
By Dr. Hal Seed, New Song Church Oceanside, CA Here’s a conference that will change your church’s outreach, evangelism and discipleship mojo. I went to…
5 Ways Your Church Can Celebrate Thanksgiving
We've rounded up a few of our favorite ideas churches can use to celebrate Thanksgiving through service to others. Which one will you try?
10 Fun Church Outreach Ideas For Fall
Feeling festive? Embrace the fall season with these fun church outreach ideas.
Are Church Postcards Relevant in a Digital World?
Are you wondering if church postcards are worth investing in as part of your outreach strategy? Read on to find out just how effective direct mail can be for church outreach campaigns.
Why Your Church Outreach Needs A Digital Strategy
If your church doesn’t include digital outreach as part of your overall strategy, you’re overlooking an important way to connect with your community.
Everything You Need To Know About New Mover Outreach
Every year, over 40 million people in the U.S. move to new homes. That means over 40 million people are looking for places to connect in their new communities. Will your church be one of those places?