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5 Steps to Engaging with your Congregation

John Gilman October 28, 2016

Church attendance seems to be trending down these days for sure. Commitment is lacking and there are plenty of distractions that keep the average church-goer’s attention away from church. Church leaders should be concerned about this and asking themselves how we can keep our congregation focused and engaged in our ministry. There are many opinions… Continue Reading »

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Pokemon GO: Drawing People to Your Steeple

James Clyburn August 2, 2016

It’s been a number of days since Pokémon GO has been released in the United States. Small businesses, parks, and places of worship are discovering new ways to take advantage of this augmented reality app’s popularity. New ideas are being formed as it’s introduced to other regions of the world. There are a number of… Continue Reading »

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5 Tips to Engage and Welcome Visitors into your Church Community

Jan Jasmin August 1, 2016

The longer your members are actively involved in your ministry, the harder it becomes for them to remember when they were first-time visitors walking through your doors. Once you become connected through church activities and fellowship, it’s easy to forget how you felt when first visiting a church where you didn’t know anyone. Engaging visitors… Continue Reading »

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Your Church Website: the Face of your Congregation

John Gilman July 6, 2016

Your church website probably isn’t the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of maintenance at your church, but in today’s age of ever-changing technology, the image you portray of your body of believers to potential visitors is just as important as the material image people see as they drive by your… Continue Reading »

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Engaging Younger Children and Their Families

John Gilman June 9, 2016

One major key to a growing church is reaching young families.  This is a lot easier said than done.  However, there are some steps that church leadership can make in this area to engaging families with young children.  Most moms and dads with young children are looking for a place for their kids to learn… Continue Reading »

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Ideas to Help you Successfully Roll out Realm

Mark Thompson May 19, 2016

Church is about what’s familiar: old friends, ancient traditions. It’s why so many of us love getting together. But, when you introduce a new way of managing church—like Realm—into this comfortable environment, gaining traction among the congregation requires you to have a plan. So we’ve come up with ideas to help you roll out Realm… Continue Reading »

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Don’t Put The Brakes on Summer Groups

John Gilman May 2, 2016

It’s tempting to waive the white flag, to throw your hands up in surrender, to the summer slump. Many churches simply resign their efforts and re-appropriate them in the fall. First on the chopping block of suspended ministries are groups. It’s almost expected that groups will take a break during the summer months. But, doing… Continue Reading »

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5 Questions to Get Members to C.O.M.E to Your Small Church Events

John Gilman May 1, 2016

Just like large events, small church events also need to have a specific plan in place to be meaningful for your members. Sometimes, smaller church events can be more effective than larger church events. Smaller events give more people the chance to get involved in ministry. Smaller events don’t have to replace large events, but… Continue Reading »

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