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Telling Everyone Everything is Harming the Way You Communicate

Keith Hudgins June 13, 2018

I was recently at a church that uses an online email service to communicate with congregants. We were discussing how effective it had been for them. They were very happy that 31% of their church opens the email every week. I even congratulated them on having such a high number. Stats say that is you… Continue Reading »

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Part I: Can Old Dogs Learn New Tricks?

Keith Hudgins June 8, 2018

I remember when I was just a young kid out in the hot, dry cotton fields of west Texas hearing my grandfather say, “You can’t teach old dogs new tricks.” This always stuck with me as an odd statement.  Now that I am the grandfather (old dog), I understand more clearly what he was saying. For… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Silos and the Church That Never Existed

Keith Hudgins May 29, 2018

Let me tell you about an imaginary church and their journey in the world of information management.  Let’s be clear. This is not your church! Your church would have never encountered this problem.  This is some “made up” church that never existed.  You probably cant even relate to the problems this church has encountered.. Read… Continue Reading »

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Realm Pathways: When Ministry is Stuck in Neutral

Keith Hudgins April 11, 2018

Ever feel like your ministry is stuck in neutral? You have a vision. You have a plan. The problem lies in the execution.  It reminds me of a song called “Everybody Said (But Nobody Did)” by Acapella. Here is the chorus: Everybody said that anybody could do, The important things somebody should do, Everybody knows… Continue Reading »

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Spring Hills University: Building Generations for Christ

Kathy Howell April 5, 2018

Adult learners fill the building and flow into off-campus locations for Spring Hills Baptist Church’s latest selection of educational opportunities. Each class, meant to encourage people to learn, love and lead like Jesus, is part of Spring Hills’ overarching ministry known as Spring Hills University (SHU). Spring and fall SHU courses include a wide variety… Continue Reading »

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Go Make Disciples: Using Realm Connect to Foster Discipleship

Keith Hudgins March 28, 2018

You have heard the phrase, “Go make disciples.” It’s kind of a big deal. Matthew records it as the last words Jesus said before ascending into heaven.  Imagine that. Sitting around the table with a man you watched die, and he is telling you, “One last thing before I go. Go make disciples.” His very… Continue Reading »

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Making a Difference with Realm Events

Shelby Pratt March 21, 2018

A couple of weeks ago, our Young Adults sponsored a Parents Night Out. It was a blessing to our moms and dads, especially those who don’t always have time for a much-needed date night. We set up registration using the Events tool in Realm and were able to share the link via our website, in the… Continue Reading »

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Follow Jesus: Using Communication and Discipleship to Reach Generations

Rachel Ankers March 19, 2018

Entering into their 73rd year of ministry, Lakeview Baptist Church in Hartsville, South Carolina, knows what it means to be focused on the purpose God has for them. The church, overlooking Prestwood Lake, was founded by members of other local churches who wanted to make it easier for people on the outskirts of town to… Continue Reading »

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You Belong Here: Restoring Families in Greater Detroit

Rachel Ankers March 15, 2018

With 60 years of ministry and three generations of pastors under their belt, Family Christian Church in Ecorse, Michigan, has turned their attention to developing and restoring families and making sure everyone who walks through the doors of their church feels and understands the mission… “You belong here.” Lead pastor, Eric Cedo says ”The biggest… Continue Reading »

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Community Connections through ChMS

Rachel Ankers March 13, 2018

Since its founding in 1855, First Presbyterian Church of Waco in Waco, Texas, has been focused on being a presence in the community through outreach and community development. While they have a strong outward focus, the congregation has spent 163 years looking for meaningful ways to make connections with each other, too. That’s why they’ve… Continue Reading »

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