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5 Ways Church Text Messaging Connects With Your People

One reason why we’ve failed to reach this younger generation of people has to do with the way we communicate about who we are and what we believe. I'm talking about text messaging.

Church Website Content Ideas – Does Your Site Have Great Ideas?

Our message never changes. Ever. But our church website content ideas will change with every generation. And this generation needs Jesus, so let’s do this!

The #1 Quality of Good Video Editing is . . . Storytelling

When editors talk about good video editing, generally speaking, they want to talk about: 1. What editing software they use. (Final Cut, Avid, Adobe Premier—whatever) 2....

4 Great Internal Church Communication Tools

When it comes to church communication tools, striking a balance between proper structures for internal communication while maintaining an agile culture can be difficult because churches often deal with paid staff, volunteers, committees, councils, and the congregation.

Texting in Church: It’s a Good Thing!

The sky’s the limit. Get creative with your texting in church as you improve communication with the whole congregation.

7 Ways to Make the Most of Your Online Church Experience

An online church experience is a shadow of a shadow. Our regular gatherings are a shadow of the eternal gathering, And our online gatherings are a shadow of our physical gatherings.

Where to Find a Great Videography Blog

Knowing a top-five videography blog online and how it can help you, will ensure that you know exactly where to go when you have questions about how to create and edit your video production.

What Are the Dangers of Church Tech?

The intersection of tech and ministry is more fraught than ever. What are the dangers of church tech?

4 Tools To Help Understand Your Church Data

It’s time to rethink the decline in church attendance, learn about data, and discover how you can use church data to reach your communities and retain congregants.

How Not to Hate Email

Use it according to YOUR terms, not everyone else’s terms. I’m by no means an email expert, but to help make your email life a little easier, here’s a few suggestions on how not to hate email:

10 Things No One Tells You About Church Audio

And the one thing that still drives this author crazy after years in ministry.

Eric Geiger: Church, Mission, and 4 Challenges of Technology

With social media, messages are able to be quickly shared and spread. But with these changes come the challenges of technology.

Website Priorities – Lead With What’s Important!

While websites give churches tremendous potential to reach the community and world for Jesus, few accomplish all they should.What content should be on your church website? Website priorities make a huge difference.

Evaluate Your Summer Church Communication Strategy

Now is the time; Spend some time this week in a staff meeting looking at your current summer church communication.

Tips for Church Stage Lighting on a Budget

What's the key to a great presentation on the cheap?

What’s YOUR Average Time Spent on Technology?

What's the average time spent on technology, as in: how much time each day do you spend with technology? By “technology” I mean watching video, listening to audio, working on the computer, engaging social media, video gaming, or online reading.

Digital Change is More Significant Than You Think

What do we do with digital change? As a church, ministry, or nonprofit leader, have you surrounded yourself with a team that understands digital communication?

18 Ways to Ruin Your Reputation on Facebook

Facebook is a great way for you to build and maintain relationships with people both inside your church and in your community. Every time you post something, you risk ruining your reputation on Facebook.

Worship From a Bomb Shelter

From a remote bomb shelter in a war zone, I think pastor Yuri would beg to differ about bomb shelter worship and the value of live streaming.

Church Stagecraft: How to Buy a Fog Machine

Choosing the right fog machine for a church to use can be tricky and frustrating, especially when working with a limited budget.

Biden Renews Refugee Cap of 125,000 After Falling Far Short

President Biden again has set a refugee resettlement ceiling of 125,000 for the next year despite an expectation this year’s admissions will fall 100,000 short of that goal.

Jen Wilkin on the Biggest Obstacle Keeping People From Reading the...

Jen Wilkin joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to explain the challenges church leaders face with helping people engage the Bible, as well as some possible solutions.

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