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6 Signs Your Church Has Ministry Silos (Tear Them Down)

As churches grow and Pastors (ministry leaders) are hired to look after various ministries, the healthy church-focus becomes threatened by the inevitable: Ministry Silos. This is when ministry areas become myopic — nearsighted — to the point they rarely look at the entire organization or even at another ministry outside of its narrow walls....

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Creating Better Church Web Pages (3 Principles)

Most churches have websites but sadly, most church websites are created so that many won’t be interested in looking at them. It’s a lot of wasted effort. Let’s fix that. Let’s commit to building our websites so that we deliver what people (your congregation and community) are looking for. That’s summed up in...

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Why a Church Naturally Does Social Media Well. But Doesn’t.

It’s been several years since we realized social media is a valid means of church communication. Many have adopted Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as their channels. Some have been brave by using SnapChat, Pinterest, and Linkedin. And there are so many others! Which channels should the church be using? Surprisingly, the church should...

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Does Your Congregation Really Know What’s Going On?

It happens all the time. Someone in your congregation sees you and asks about an upcoming event or a regularly occurring ministry. They have no idea if it’s happening. What’s scary? It was just announced in the service PLUS someone crafted a paragraph about it in the bulletin that’s tucked in their...