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NOW & LATER: Transform Your Church Now for Fall & Use Them Throughout The Year
Want to spruce up your church while getting your message out, but not break the bank doing it? The new fall Outreach design sets are…
9 Dynamic Ways to Widen your Church’s Front Door
By Dr. Hal Seed Would you like to have more newcomers to your church each weekend? Yes, please. As you develop your outreach strategy, consider including a plan…
Post-Easter Priorities: 3 Questions to Make the Most of Your New Easter Connections
By Jason Daye You’ve handed out personal invite cards, set up social media invite ads and mailed postcard invitations to your community. You’ve prayed with…
Easter Visitors: How to Keep them Coming Back
Easter is almost here, and by now your service is planned and your volunteers are lined up and ready. Easter provides a great opportunity to…
4 Tips To Get Your Congregation Excited About Inviting People To Easter Services
Ideas for encouraging your church to take a bold step and extend a personal invitation to someone.
First Impressions Make a Lasting Impact
By Christy Heitger-Ewing I’ll be honest; I’m a “feel it in my gut” type of person. I know within the first 60 seconds of meeting…
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…
Nine Updated Trends for Christmas Eve Services
By Thom Rainer Christmas Eve is less than a month away. Most churches have some type of Christmas Eve services, but we are seeing clear…
Church Websites: The Authoritative Guide
Everything you need to know about key considerations of the best church websites. This guide includes handy interactive worksheets!
How To Make Your Church Website Visitor Friendly
Think of your website as your church’s digital front porch. If it’s inviting, people will want to step through the door to discover what’s inside.