7 Steps to Engaging Millennials on Social Media

So, you’ve finally created a Facebook account for your church. Or, maybe you just decided to set up your church’s Instagram or Twitter account. But then you find yourself asking the question: What’s next?  Cluelessness about what to share is pretty common. How can you reach your target audience, the youth? Or as they are…

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The Top 7 Reasons Why Your Church Needs A Quality Website

Your church needs a website for a lot of reasons – and there are definitely more than only seven! If your website is outdated – or even nonexistent – consider the impact that a quality church website will have on your congregation and your church’s impact on the community. Here are the top seven reasons…

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4 Reasons Why You Should Take Prayer Requests on Instagram

Instagram is the fastest growing social media platform, with over 1 billion users, half of them using it daily. It’s a powerful way for churches to engage with their community.  Churches can share announcements, community and services updates, events, and snapshots of church life to large audiences from a single phone!  All this is great…

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5 Ways to Use Instagram to Spread the Gospel Further, Faster

Although created only in 2010, Instagram currently has 1 billion users and is the social media of choice among millennials. Instagram revolves around two things: photos and videos. The main idea is pretty simple — people share content and interact with each other. Instagram sparks conversations with people from all over the world through the…

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Becoming a Student Champion – Part 2: The Sending Church

In our latest article we talked about how every year, high school students head off to college and often leave the church. While this is a serious issue, the good news is that there are lots of things that we can do to make sure that this doesn’t keep happening. 
It’s very important that churches…

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Becoming a Student Champion – Part 1: Addressing the Problem

Every year, geese migrate for the winter. They leave their homes in the north and fly south to escape those cold months. Think about how geese make this move. They don’t fly alone – they go together in flocks. They want to be with birds like themselves, that are all heading to the same place…

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