Archive for the ‘Examples’ Category

Are Your Easter Service Times on Your Website?
2 Comments » March 19, 2015

Are Your Easter Service Times on Your Website?

Less than 20 days before Easter and only 9 out of 20 churches had Easter info on their site. Put your Easter service times on your website. Right now. Go! ...

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A Case Study for Using Email Effectively
1 Comment » March 18, 2015

A Case Study for Using Email Effectively

One church got such a good response rate with email that they launched an online class via email. Learn more about this innovative approach.

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Church Bulletins: 20 Insights & 10 Great Examples
2 Comments » March 4, 2015

Church Bulletins: 20 Insights & 10 Great Examples

We pull together 10 church bulletins and 20 insights from our #cmschat. Check them out and consider how you can make your church bulletins rock.

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21 Ideas For Promoting Your Easter Services From #cmschat
2 Comments » February 25, 2015

21 Ideas For Promoting Your Easter Services From #cmschat

Our weekly #cmschat covered tips and ideas for promoting Easter services. Here are the best ideas. Check them out and add your own.

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17 Church Bulletin Examples
No Comments » October 7, 2014

17 Church Bulletin Examples

Lots of lessons and ideas from these church bulletin examples, including using images, finding focus, less content and ditching the bulletin entirely.

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Struggles & Victories: First Christian Church
No Comments » September 12, 2014

Struggles & Victories: First Christian Church

The woes and wins of church communication: Struggling with constant change and finding victory by connecting with others.

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Meet Our Church: Recognizing Volunteers on Facebook
15 Comments » August 11, 2014

Meet Our Church: Recognizing Volunteers on Facebook

Many churches have a few volunteers who help with everything, but they're rarely recognized for their hard work. Honor your volunteers with props on social media.

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Easter Ideas For Next Year
No Comments » June 16, 2014

Easter Ideas For Next Year

Easter has come and gone. But it's not too late to grab some top-notch Easter ideas your church can use for next year.

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Struggles & Victories: Southbridge Fellowship
No Comments » May 29, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Southbridge Fellowship

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with the a bulletin to web transition and finding victory on Facebook.

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Struggles & Victories: Newsong Church
No Comments » May 1, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Newsong Church

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with the cost of social media and winning with a new website, courtesy of Creative Missions.

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Struggles & Victories: Houston’s First Baptist Church
No Comments » April 3, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Houston’s First Baptist Church

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with communicating succinctly and winning with a giving campaign.

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Struggles & Victories: Ginger Creek Community Church
1 Comment » March 20, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Ginger Creek Community Church

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with being reactive and winning with a successful database switch.

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Mark Driscoll & Mars Hill Church Buy Their Way on to Bestseller List
3 Comments » March 11, 2014

Mark Driscoll & Mars Hill Church Buy Their Way on to Bestseller List

Mars Hill Church paid $200,000 to get a book by Mark Driscoll on the New York Times bestseller list. That's an ethical no-no. But we all face temptation.

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Church Says Sorry to Screwed Over Servers
No Comments » March 7, 2014

Church Says Sorry to Screwed Over Servers

For Easter one church is reaching out to screwed over servers and offering an apology. They've launched the site Sundays Are the Worst.

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Struggles & Victories: Grace Lutheran Church
No Comments » March 6, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Grace Lutheran Church

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with communication failures but ultimately winning with a successful campaign.

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