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Monthly Archives: September 2013


Ministry Impact Story: Journey Church, Norman, OK

Meredith Mahon Morris September 25, 2013

In the wake of devastation, a church reunites, a city rebuilds. One life at a time. At Journey Church in Norman, Oklahoma, the mission is evident: To see cities transformed one life at a time. This is not a mission the church takes lightly. The staff and members live it each day. And on May… Continue Reading »


10 Ways to Value your Volunteers

John Gilman September 19, 2013

Your church wouldn’t exist without the volunteers that keep it going. Leaders of large and small ministries can grind people to a pulp. Don’t let your vision for ministry blind you to the needs of the people you’re called to serve. People have jobs. People have lives. They should have personal time too. People shouldn’t… Continue Reading »


Ministry Impact Story: The Bible Chapel

Meredith Mahon Morris September 17, 2013

Connecting Campuses Across a City The History The Bible Chapel was born in 1963 when nine couples began meeting, praying, and studying the scriptures together in McMurray, Pennsylvania. It has experienced a stream of steady growth as the area has changed and the congregation has matured. The Bible Chapel rests on the love and sacrifice… Continue Reading »


From Scripture to Screen: Effectively Presenting the Message

Kaitlyn Snook September 12, 2013

Today, many churches incorporate some type of technology during sermons and worship services. For example, pastors use presentations and other visuals to convey the message they’re preaching. This helps visitors and regular attenders to follow along. And if they forgot to bring a Bible, having the scripture on the screen can help them fully comprehend… Continue Reading »


Time to Build an Ark – Preparing Your Church for a Disaster

Jennifer Byrd September 11, 2013

How Will Disasters or Other Emergencies Affect Your Church? If your organization is in the middle of a serious disaster or emergency, it will undoubtedly be affected by the limited or unavailable services we have come to expect and rely upon. For example, have you ever considered how your power company might be impacted by… Continue Reading »


SEO Primer (Part 1): Why SEO is important to your church’s website

Jason Dailey September 10, 2013

Internet Searches and Your Church’s Website Internet searches are a daily routine for an almost countless number of internet users worldwide. And your church’s website is one among an almost countless number of websites that can turn up in those searches. Assuming your church chooses to budget the time and money to have a website,… Continue Reading »


The Church, Disasters, and Social Media

Amy Scott-Lundy September 10, 2013

Churches aren’t immune from disasters and should prepare ahead of time for possible catastrophes so they can continue to function and serve, not just their own flock, but also the larger community.  The time to make decisions on your priorities, services you’ll provide, staff preparation, and communication options, is now, not during the event. Crafting… Continue Reading »

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