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New Member Classes: Starting off on the Right Foot

Meredith Mahon Morris August 18, 2017

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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What Role Does Data Have In The Church?

Meredith Mahon Morris January 27, 2017

Companies like Amazon, Netflix and Capital One, among countless others, use enormous databases to tailor their products and services to fit their customer’s needs. They develop new products, offer specialized services and reduce costs while satisfying customers and increasing company revenue. Politicians spend millions of dollars to collect and analyze massive data sets that help… 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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6 Things NOT to do to First-Time Visitors

Meredith Mahon Morris September 6, 2016

Being a first-time visitor at a new church is listed up there on my least favorite experiences, along with starting high school and having the stomach bug. It can be incredibly uncomfortable and unfortunately, I’ve visited a few churches that did not seem to work at making it an enjoyable or easy experience. Believe it… Continue Reading »

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Is Assimilation Part of your Church Culture?

John Gilman August 3, 2016

Churches monitor many different metrics to determine the health of their church. Tithes and offerings, baptisms, new members, the number involved in small groups, and the number of volunteers are just a few. But what metric directly impacts the spiritual strength and depth of your church? It’s assimilation. Think about this. What good are customers… Continue Reading »

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Creating an Authentic Community in Your Church

John Gilman February 17, 2016

Churches in the 21st century must strongly consider what type of community exists amongst your body of believers.  Today’s church-goer wants to be a part of a church where people are real and genuine in their mission and service to the Lord. To overcome church barriers to unity and growth, an authentic community must be… Continue Reading »

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