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New Member Classes: Starting off on the Right Foot

Meredith Mahon Morris August 22, 2016

The process of getting a new member educated about your church, the theology and doctrine you adhere to and how they can get plugged in may take a multitude of different paths. It depends on how each church and its staff choose to integrate new members into their church body. Some are on top of… Continue Reading »

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A Pastor’s Role in Teaching Biblical Stewardship

John Gilman August 19, 2016

We all know pastors are gripped with an extreme fear when it comes to preaching sermons about money. They’re not afraid because they are talking about money; they’re afraid because church members usually highly dislike sermons where they feel like the pastor is trying to get them to give more, or even greater, give at… Continue Reading »

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Activities that will Energize your Congregation

Jan Jasmin August 18, 2016

You may wonder how questions about what churchgoers do when they aren’t at church fit into a survey about attitudes and preferences for giving. But we included a few in Vanco’s survey of 1,000 churchgoers, and their answers provided great insights that can help you build and promote successful outreach programs and increase overall giving…. Continue Reading »

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Tips for Building your Church’s Facebook Page

John Gilman August 17, 2016

Advertising is so important for successful businesses today.  Name recognition and showcasing your services goes a long way in helping one grow a company.  The same concept is also true for the church. Although not a business, it is an organization that depends upon the faithfulness of its members and must be aware of the… Continue Reading »

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Embracing Change in your Ministry

John Gilman August 16, 2016

Many people dislike change because change takes work. Some churches use the same ministry programs they’ve used for 40 years even though they’re not working now like they did then. People keep doing the same thing because they get stuck in the routine. Your ministry programs either reach your community or waste your resources. Some… Continue Reading »

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School Rhythms to Help your Church

Meredith Mahon Morris August 15, 2016

As families prepare to send their students back to school, they are also re-establishing the daily rhythms and traditions of “normal” life. For many, this means a return to more consistent church attendance. This yearly phenomena provides every church an opportunity to re-acquaint people with the life of the church. That means plugging people into… Continue Reading »

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Stop Fighting Phone use in Youth Groups

John Gilman August 12, 2016

The first cell phones were introduced to the common consumer in the early 1990’s with high cost and bulkiness mainly for use in cars.  In 2007, everything changed with the introduction of the first iPhone.  Today, almost everyone has a smartphone of some kind that is used for practically everything.  Technology has advanced so far… Continue Reading »

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Social Media Boundaries, Part 1

John Gilman August 11, 2016

We live in a world where everyone has an opinion, whether about politics, religion, food or their favorite TV show. People have always had opinions, but now social media allows them to constantly be broadcast across multiple outlets. It can get exhausting! How does this affect us as believers? We are entitled to our opinions,… Continue Reading »

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