If your church is considering a capital campaign, there are LOTS to plan and consider. With project costs and donor asks to wrestle with, it’s… Read More »Capital Campaign Communications: A Roadmap
As church leaders, especially in the times we’re facing, we have a responsibility to help our parishioners and congregants celebrate the holidays with a sense… Read More »How To Prepare Your Church For The Holidays
Many roles within the church walls are overworked, underpaid, and underappreciated. In fact, almost all ministry staff, including those that make the back-office function, our facilities… Read More »Thank You to All Church Ministry Staff!
October 9th will soon be upon us, are you ready? A brief history shows that while Pastors have been especially acknowledged by congregants since the… Read More »The Ultimate Guide to Pastor Appreciation Day
by Dirk Rinker and Michael Jaffarian Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do you say that I am?” He was pleased with Peter’s answer: “You are… Read More »The Disconnect Between Believing in Jesus and Participating in His Church is Expanding Rapidly
The American people are unhappy with the moral condition of our country. Maybe that’s not news, but consider a few specifics: These findings are from… Read More »Americans Want to See Strong Families, but Disagree on What That Is
If your parish does not have an intentional focus on social media, then you might want to think about it. The newly released American Beliefs… Read More »Social Media: Reaching Your Catholic Flock
Warm and friendly encounters. If you were moving to a new location, what would you look for in a church? Responses to the American Beliefs… Read More »What do Catholics want from their parish?