Archive for the ‘Church Business’ Category

7 Project Management Tips for Church Communicators
1 Comment » October 10, 2016

7 Project Management Tips for Church Communicators

How do you manage work that matters? Effective project management should help us work smarter, not harder. We've got some tips to help.

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Church Management Systems on #cmschat
No Comments » October 3, 2016

Church Management Systems on #cmschat

How church management systems can enhance your communication: a #cmschat discussion on Twitter about software and systems.

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4 Ways Churches Fail When It Comes to Asking for Money
No Comments » August 1, 2016

4 Ways Churches Fail When It Comes to Asking for Money

Nobody likes to ask for money. But let's be honest, your church needs money. It's time to change the way we talk about money in the church.

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7 Characteristics to Look for in Your Church’s Communications Director 
6 Comments » July 29, 2015

7 Characteristics to Look for in Your Church’s Communications Director 

Even without the explosion of social media, most churches need a communications director. Learn some characteristics to look for when hiring someone new.

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4 Steps To Effectively Communicate Your Pastor’s Transition
No Comments » July 27, 2015

4 Steps To Effectively Communicate Your Pastor’s Transition

Losing a pastor is hard for a church, and it can be messy. A key part of a healthy pastoral transition is a clear and intentional communication plan.

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How to Hire a Social Media “Expert”
8 Comments » July 22, 2015

How to Hire a Social Media “Expert”

Anyone can claim to be a social media "expert." But can those same people prove it? Your church needs true experts to help craft effective strategy.

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7 Reasons Why Your Church Needs Mobile Giving
8 Comments » July 6, 2015

7 Reasons Why Your Church Needs Mobile Giving

Mobile giving has become a our way of life with smartphones and PayPal. But why does the church continue to use offering plates?

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Church Marketing Interns: Get Some Help
1 Comment » July 1, 2015

Church Marketing Interns: Get Some Help

Could you use some interns? Learn how to choose between hiring a seminary student or college intern to help out at your church.

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Church Communication on the Cheap on #cmschat
1 Comment » May 2, 2015

Church Communication on the Cheap on #cmschat

This week's #cmschat on Twitter covered hacks, tips and ideas for how to do church communication on a shoestring budget.

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26 Giving Tips for Church Communicators
1 Comment » April 23, 2015

26 Giving Tips for Church Communicators

It's not always easy to talk about money in the church, but it's still important to communicate well. We've got 26 giving tips from the community.

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Communications & Giving on #cmschat
No Comments » April 17, 2015

Communications & Giving on #cmschat

We talked about how your communications team can positively impact giving at your church in the latest Twitter chat.

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5 Ways To Increase Your Church’s Giving
No Comments » March 9, 2015

5 Ways To Increase Your Church’s Giving

Create a culture of giving within your church by learning how to incorporate these five easy steps, including thanking your givers and telling stories.

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End of the Year Church Giving
No Comments » November 11, 2014

End of the Year Church Giving

The end of the year is a good time to think about money. We cover new metrics, why it matters, giving strategies and ways to boost online giving.

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Church Visitor Horror Stories: Firing the Pastor
No Comments » October 27, 2014

Church Visitor Horror Stories: Firing the Pastor

Walking into church for the first time can be scary. But firing the pastor? Yikes! That makes for a real Church Visitor Horror Story. And it's our first winner.

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5 Ways to Engage Those Who Aren’t Giving Regularly
No Comments » August 7, 2014

5 Ways to Engage Those Who Aren’t Giving Regularly

Only 5 to 25% of most congregations donate 50 to 80% of the money. So how do we engage people to give more? Technology can be one solution.

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