So why would a 36-year old Millennial enjoy hymnals? Here are five reasons:
Your church’s website should serve your members as well. The problem is that too many church websites don’t.
Every pastor and ministry leader should have an online presence with social media and possibly a blog, but whether or not someone should have a podcast is a bit more complicated.
Truly effective social media campaigns don’t end with the originator of the message. They motivate those who see the posts to share with their friends and beyond.
Personal contacts always are better than electronic ones, but email can be a starting point for your church to use to get first-time guests engaged.
As a pastor or church leader, you can develop members personally through the simple act of recommending books to them on a regular basis.
Instead of being concerned with simply communicating more, churches should be focused on communicating more efficiently and effectively.
Online sermons have become ubiquitous with churches. What used to be an added bonus for members of large churches has now become standard in churches of any size.
These leaders are passionate about Christ Jesus, His gospel, and taking it to the ends of the earth.
There is nothing wrong with a catchy sermon series title. There is nothing wrong with one that’s not catchy, either. But the cute, pop culture-y, pun-tastic sermon series titles really should be rethought, and here are six reasons why: