Utilizing paid ads is an important part of social media strategies that forward-thinking churches are leveraging to better serve their communities.With that in mind, here are four Facebook and Instagram ad campaigns every church should consider.
Is your church making disciples? Are you creating kingdom ambassadors? Consider and reflect on these 5 marks of a disciple-making church.
Video stories are powerful because they tell and show how God can transform a life. But it isn’t easy to solicit these stories from individuals during an interview. So here are best practices to prepare unseasoned interviewers.
Israel grew up listening to Scripture. Hear. Listen. Allow the words to enter your soul through your ears. Before any of Israel’s great stories of faith and formation were put on paper, they were spoken and heard in the form of narratives, parables, and sayings. Read how you can apply this same principle today.
Many churches use video testimonies in their services to tell powerful stories of redemption and restoration. Stories of God at work. The pre-interview is an important step in capturing these stories.
Digital-era ministry branding goes beyond logos, fostering unity with modern designs and strategic social media engagement.
Online tithing is a growing trend, allowing church members to support their place of worship consistently. Unlike the occasional one-time donation someone might make after a special event or an inspired sermon, online tithing is about setting up regular, recurring donations.
Is social media good for Christians? What are its benefits and drawbacks? Click through for a guide on the pros and cons of using social media for Christians.
A dive into our Product Updates in January 2024.
Navigating the world of tax-exempt statuses can be complex, especially for churches. The 501c3 status, granted by the IRS, allows religious organizations to be exempt from federal income tax.
"Felt needs" refer to the real, tangible concerns and desires people in your community experience daily. By identifying and addressing these felt needs, your church can become a beacon of support and inspiration in the digital realm.
It’s easy to throw around the term “kingdom of God” without really understanding what it means. In doing so, we miss the opportunity to embrace a lifestyle of kingdom living.In today's blog post we explore what the Kingdom of God truly is.