We’ve been taught that recycling helps save the planet, but did you know that you can recycle content to save you time? We know most churches are short-staffed and/or have a long enough to-do list without constantly writing new content for your website. So here are a couple ways to reuse … Read more about Reuse – Recycle – Retweet!
What are Google Analytics and how do they help you share your faith? Listen as Christopher Harris, founder and digital ministry coach of Faith Growth, explains how important it is to understand who's visiting your website. https://youtu.be/phbtvo5QRkc … Read more about The Importance of Google Analytics for Your Church
The Digital Ministry Coaching Program was created in weekly, bite-sized segments to help our clients not be overwhelmed. As savvy as you may be with the iPhone, website design is a whole new ball field.Take a peek at the video below as we explain how this program works and what you can do to get the … Read more about How To Be Successful
I saw a Facebook post yesterday that said, “Well, I finished Netflix.” While this post alludes to the crazy amount of free time people have on their hands during this quarantine, but all of this undivided attention isn’t going to last forever. Not to mention, there are millions of websites vying for … Read more about Quick To Judge
Churches are often looked to as experts in God and the Bible. However, many church websites are overrun with more information about potlucks than faith. In the video below, Christopher Harris explains how the content on your website matters and how you can use that content to boost your church's … Read more about Help Google, Help You
We've all seen the commercials where people's problems are solved upon hitting a big, red EASY button. Unfortunately, real life isn't that easy. However, by creating simple processes and/or routines, we can make life (and digital ministry) almost as easy as hitting a button. Listen as … Read more about Creating An Easy Button For Your Digital Ministry
Many church leaders don’t understand the importance of having a digital presence–or didn't before this COVID-19 mess. However, I think many now understand why we need to find new ways to share the gospel online when people aren't allowed to attend mass on Sundays, Bible study on Tuesdays, youth … Read more about Why The Church Needs A Digital Presence
As the world continues to practice social distancing, more and more people are searching the internet for church communities. Have they found yours? Let's talk about SEO. First of all, what is SEO and why should you care? Watch our quick video below and let me explain. In our Digital … Read more about What Is SEO?
Welcome To The Digital World People are spending an outstanding amount of time online. According to the Global Digital 2019 report, internet users are spending over six hours online every day. That’s more time in one day than most people spend at church in a month! If your church isn’t using the … Read more about Ten Reasons Why Your Church Needs A Website
What does “digital ministry” mean to you and for your church? Is your church using the world wide web to share the gospel, or does your church’s message cease to exist after the sermons are said and the bulletins recycled? At Faith Growth, we believe that all churches need an online … Read more about What Is Digital Ministry?
Though some people may disagree, running a small business is similar to managing a church. Unlike a small business, the church already has a strong foundation to build upon; however, you still need to increase the community’s awareness and support of your church if you want your congregation to … Read more about An Interview with Christopher Harris
...even when they make mistakes on the church's website. Not to call anyone out, but I do want to help ensure that you [church leaders and staff] aren't making the most common mistakes I see on so many church websites. Watch the video below to hear the top two pain points I see way too often. … Read more about “To err is human, to forgive divine. All people commit sins and make mistakes. God forgives them…”