Marketing can sometimes be a dirty word in churches. Or, at least it can be a scary word. It doesn’t have to be. Applying some basic marketing strategies to your ministry approach is about finding e.
Did you know that the average person will spend about 70,000 hours at work? Admittedly, many of us look at work as a necessary evil that takes up a large portion of our lives. It’s easy to get burnt.
Pastoring is a hard enough job. Now, you’re expected to do it without being face to face with your people. Leading a church through these current challenges has forced us all to dig deep and get cre.
This year, many churches may see their biggest summer slump ever. Social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders will likely ebb and flow, but even as recommendations change, the fear of COVID-1.
Right now many churches across the country are scrambling to take their services online and digitally replicate their in-person ministries. For churches that have embraced tech all along, this has bee.
Right now, every church in the U.S. is wrestling with the same problem: how do you replace physical touchpoints with digital touchpoints? When someone attends your weekend service and fills out a cont.