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Church Communication: Snap to a New Generation

John Gilman July 25, 2016

If you want to reach the next generation, you have to meet them where they are. And these days, they’re on Snapchat. More and more people flock to this fun social media platform designed to share photos and 10 second videos for 24 hours. After 24 hours, the photo or video disappears, creating a sense… Continue Reading »

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Summer On-Air: Live-Streaming for Churches

John Gilman July 11, 2016

It’s summer time and people are on the move. Families are enjoying much-deserved family vacations across the country. Individual and couples are sneaking way for relaxing weekend experiences. And, some stay-cationers are simply sleeping in and taking it easy. And yet, many will miss (and feel the loss of) your weekend services. This makes summer… Continue Reading »

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Freedom in the Church: the Secret to More Focus

John Gilman July 4, 2016

When churches are small, they’re happy when anyone comes in the door. They plug people into positions of need even if “the fit” isn’t exactly right. They try to make everyone happy and keep them coming back. Because people come from so many different places with so many different ideas, the leader controls things by… Continue Reading »

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Curb Appeal: Welcoming Visitors into a Clean Church

John Gilman June 29, 2016

It’s easy to become complacent about the state of your church, as it often serves as your office and your home away from home. Even with the best cleaning and building maintenance staff, clean-up and up-keep of the building and the grounds can prove to be challenging. After a few months, you may not even… Continue Reading »

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Big Steps for Small Groups

John Gilman June 21, 2016

Small Groups. We know they’re important for the health of a church community. More than that, they are a crucial vehicle for personal and spiritual growth. Conferences, books, and forums of all sorts have been created to aid the Church in formulating, maintaining, and growing groups. And yet, the task is still a difficult one…. Continue Reading »

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How to Read God’s Word with Your Kids (and Not Lose Your Mind)

John Gilman June 20, 2016

Kids’ ministry is the funnest and most rewarding ministry in the church with a great return on investment. Parents have the greatest responsibility and ability to impact their children’s spirituality.  Kids’ ministries must equip and inspire parents to disciple their children by consistently reading God’s Word together. Reading the Bible together transforms families, but parents… Continue Reading »

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Retaining Students Beyond Graduation

John Gilman June 15, 2016

A month or so ago, high schools held graduation ceremonies. Soon, the graduates in your youth group will likely head to college in the fall. Some may remain local, but others may not. In either case, churches face a harsh reality. Every summer when graduates enter their next level of education, attendance takes a hit…. Continue Reading »

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