The Unforgivable Sin: Using Google Images On Your Church Website

You wouldn’t walk into a Christian Bookstore, grab a CD, shirt, and Bible commentary off of their respective shelves and walk out without paying, would you? Of course not! That is stealing and we were all taught at a young age stealing is bad. It is even God’s 8th commandment handed down to Moses on…

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Leading Through Change in Your Church

In any healthy church organization there is bound to be change. It could be changes in staff, schedule, location, or all of the above. As leaders in a church, there are steps you can take to lead through the change and make your church members feel comfortable and excited versus anxious about the changes ahead….

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The 7 Deadly Sins Of A Church Website

Being in the web development and digital marketing industry, we are particularly critical of websites. We know what works and what doesn’t. We know what users desire and what makes them cringe. Unfortunately, the biggest culprits of cringe worthy websites are churches. That’s why we have made it our mission to reach churches and help…

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10 Ways to Use Social Media to Promote Your Event

So, you’re planning an event at your church. After all the blood, sweat, and tears that you’ve put into organizing, collaborating, and preparing … how do you actually get people there? Marketing. Specifically, social media marketing. Now before you stop reading because you feel like marketing is a bad word in the church, let us…

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Encouraging innovation with your church staff

A few months ago there was a publication with Arizona SBC Portraits magazine that had “We Are Innovation” on the cover. Excited, I opened it up to find the innovation they were referring to was how ministry was being done on the fringes in the state and had little to do with technology. Although I…

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Our Adoption Story – When Love Overcomes Fear

My name is Tim, and I want to tell you our adoption story. We were scared. We didn’t know what to expect. But, we trusted in God’s plan, and he felt our fears, heard our prayers, and stitched our family together in His timing. I married my beautiful wife, Sara, October 8, 2011. From the…

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