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The Dream Team: Establishing a Church Safety Committee

Amy Scott-Lundy March 12, 2016

Living in Charleston, I’ve witnessed the Emanuel AME Church tragedy’s local impact. From memorial services and fundraisers to marching band halftime shows and walk/run events, everyone in Charleston has come together to remember the victims in different ways. Local places of worship have also addressed safety concerns and developed plans of action if a crisis… Continue Reading »

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Connecting Ideas: Promoting your Church’s Social Media Posts with Hashtags

Amy Scott-Lundy June 23, 2015

Social media is known for connecting individuals. Hashtags, one of social media’s features, provide a way to connect ideas and content. If you’re new to social media or don’t use the internet much outside of your church office, here’s a quick primer on hashtags and how they can help you increase the reach of your… Continue Reading »

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8 Tips to Help you Get the Most out of the Ideas to Impact Conference

Amy Scott-Lundy April 14, 2015

If you haven’t signed up for the Ideas to Impact conference that’s being held in Dallas, Texas May 26 – 29, there’s still time to register. If you’re going, here are some ideas to help you get the most from the conference. Decide What you Want to Learn Make a list of things you want… Continue Reading »

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Images on Your Church Website – Keeping it Safe and Legal

Amy Scott-Lundy February 9, 2015

Over the last couple of months the topic of how churches use images on their websites and other places has come up several times and made me realize that many in the church world are not aware of the laws and best practices they should follow. We are not lawyers and may not express information… Continue Reading »

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Six Tips to Help you Prioritize and use Your Time Wisely

Amy Scott-Lundy January 15, 2015

It’s January 2015 and yes, this is one of those “it’s the new year and we all have new opportunities” type articles. In January, we tend to focus on losing weight, exercise, and eating healthier foods but getting a handle on priorities and time management is just as important, especially for those working in church… Continue Reading »

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(Visually) Appealing to the Masses: Instagram for your Church

Amy Scott-Lundy January 13, 2015

The world of technology, especially social media, changes so quickly that it’s hard to keep up with new trends, tools, and social media platforms, and one newer social networking platform you may be less familiar with is Instagram. Instagram is a free photo and video sharing application featuring digital filters that soften or dull the… Continue Reading »

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6 Tips to Help Your Church Staff Embrace Technology

Amy Scott-Lundy November 12, 2014

What’s a Pastor to do? If you are on church staff or volunteer at a church, you probably know that change can be difficult, and changes dealing with technology can be even harder. Consider the following: Scenario 1 – A committee knew their church needed some specific task software and spent considerable time and effort reviewing… Continue Reading »

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A Revolution can be a Good Thing

Amy Scott-Lundy March 13, 2014

Have you lived through a revolution? When we hear the word revolution, it’s usually in the context of a government being overthrown, but there are other kinds of revolutions, and we are living in the midst of one. Of course I’m talking about the technology revolution swirling around us.  In the last 20 years, people… Continue Reading »

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Beyond the Church Walls: How blogging can help pastors and churches

Amy Scott-Lundy January 15, 2014

As a pastor, your days are filled with staff meetings, hospital visits, counseling sessions, and fitting in your own quiet time with God, all while expecting the unexpected. With your growing to-do list, you strive to maintain relationships with long-time parishioners, welcome those new to your church, and be present in the community. Blogging is… Continue Reading »

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