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Communication Essentials

4 Communication Essentials

Getting your church communication essentials accomplished is critical. Why? Effective communication rises and falls on how well you know your audience. So, the necessary communication essentials for your church? Establish a foundation to know your audience! Churches actually have two audiences: internal and external. Those who know you well (congregation) and those...

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Church Welcome

How to do a church welcome well (5 Tips)

It's important to know how to do a church welcome during a Sunday service. Welcoming visitors properly is the first step to creating longtime new church members. Church growth starts by making people welcome! Based on the many churches I’ve visited as a "mystery visitor", here are 5 tips for ensuring first-time guests...

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Church Emails Mistakes to Avoid

5 church email mistakes to avoid weekly

Church email mistakes abound as weekly emails are sent from many churches. Why do weekly emails make sense? Here’s why: after keeping your website up-to-date with upcoming events and opportunities, you need a regular communication tool that reminds people of what’s available for them on your website. Therefore, church emails are an important...

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4 website fixes

4 Common Website Mistakes (with Simple Fixes)

Sadly, common website mistakes abound on church websites. And we’re called to better! Let’s correct these online errors so our audience will find solutions and discover what they need on our websites. Today, most prefer getting information from a website. They don’t want to carry around a printed bulletin or remember where they...

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6 DIY steps to Church Branding

Church Branding 101 (6 DIY evangelistic steps)

Church branding 101 are the basics that you can do-it-yourself (DIY). Many churches can’t afford to hire an agency, nor do they have someone qualified on staff, but they understand church branding is important. And it is! Remember, church branding is more than a logo. It’s understanding what you’re known for and deciding...