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Fostering the Right Kind of Communication

Meredith Mahon Morris September 29, 2016

Reaching church members with the right message at the right time is tough, quite frankly. As our society becomes increasingly mobile, churches have a great opportunity to reach people where they are. But as technology continues to advance, new challenges can, often times, rear their ugly little heads. How can pastors and small group leaders… Continue Reading »

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Giving your Visitors the VIP Treatment

John Gilman September 28, 2016

It’s no surprise that churches should go to great lengths to reach out to visitors, but do they? New visitors should be treated like VIP’s backstage at a concert. Visitors want to get to know the pastor. They want to be introduced to other people and small group leaders. They want to know their children… Continue Reading »

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Do you Appreciate your Pastor?

Meredith Mahon Morris September 26, 2016

The life of a typical pastor is filled with busyness and many demands as the shepherd of a congregation.  A great pastor lives a tremendous life of sacrifice meeting the needs of his or her church members.  Whether it is caring for the sick at the hospital, leading funerals and weddings, counseling, as well as… Continue Reading »

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6 Easy Steps for Visitor Follow-Up

Meredith Mahon Morris September 23, 2016

Visitors come and visitors go, but successful churches create systems that make it easy for them to stay. Visitors come to church for different reasons. They may like the worship, want to hear the pastor, or think your kids’ ministry is great, but visitors stick around for one reason—relationships. Churches must create a culture and… Continue Reading »

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Three Twitter Mistakes that You can Avoid

Erin McManaway September 21, 2016

Twitter is a strange type of social media. It has a strict character limit that forces you to condense your message. This makes communication using Twitter more concise, but it also requires more thought, and can sometimes feel intimidating. While there’s not a set of rules on using Twitter as social media for your church,… Continue Reading »

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4 Ways to Honor your Pastor this Fall… and Beyond

Meredith Mahon Morris September 19, 2016

October is quickly approaching! And if you didn’t already know, October is Pastor Appreciation Month. While it certainly doesn’t rank up there with Christmas or Valentine’s Day as a nationally celebrated Hallmark holiday, it does bear value in helping us remember to honor the leadership in our churches. Our pastors and church leadership have very… Continue Reading »

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The Importance of Having a Discipleship Plan

Jennifer Byrd September 15, 2016

Discipleship doesn’t just happen. It only occurs in churches that are intentional and have a plan to execute it properly for all attendees. What is lacking today in many churches is true discipleship.  A plan is vital to growing, but more importantly to take people to a deeper level in their relationship with God. Our… Continue Reading »

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How to Grow with Good Group Communication

John Gilman September 14, 2016

Running an effective small group ministry is a lot of work.  There are many details that are involved with keeping things organized and running efficiently.  Once your group is up and running, the biggest challenge is proper communication.  Can we get an amen?  Pastors and leaders should already know the importance of communication to the… Continue Reading »

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Recruiting Children’s Ministry Volunteers

Meredith Mahon Morris September 13, 2016

One distinct marker of a strong church is strong volunteers. This is especially important in the children’s ministry. A church that is lacking in dedicated, passionate volunteers committed to excellence and care in their children’s ministry will feel this deficit in other areas of ministry as well. The difficulty is that sometimes these rockstar volunteers… Continue Reading »

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