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.
Summer doesn’t have to be a dry spell in a church. In many instances, it’s the busiest part of the year. Use that to your advantage and keep the momentum going.
While they don’t have to be exhaustive, there are a few items to consider including in each church staff member’s bio.
I would encourage your church to have an FAQ page on your site and to include the answers to these eight questions:
Once you have your idea and intended audience nailed down, make the choice from among these five major styles and formats of podcasts:
The SKS evaluation process allows you to find areas where you’ve lost focus or drifted from your mission.