These seven Facebook tips won’t skyrocket your engagement overnight, but when combined with sensible content and time, you will see a dramatic boost in your results on Facebook.
Here are six little changes you can make to your church website that can make a big difference.
Offering an online guest registration form shows you are ahead of the game when it comes to making a good first impression with a guest.
These ten outreach ideas will allow your church to be noticed in your community and, most importantly, provide your members with several opportunities for gospel conversations.
I encourage you and your church to have an email newsletter. Just be smart in how you use it and what you include.
Every church can and should have some kind of email communication or newsletter for members and guests.
Whether you mail your guest packet or give it out on Sunday, here are six items to be sure to include:
As we’ve seen churches become more intentional about guest assimilation, many give away a small gift to guests to make an impression and to convey thankfulness for their visit.
Whether you attended, watched online, saw some stories online, or were completely oblivious to the proceedings, there were several items of note from our time in the desert.
Social media is a simple tool churches can use to stay in touch with their congregation—no matter where church members and guests happen to be for the summer.