We just launched a new series called Captivating Content! In this new series, we will help pastors and church leaders create new and creative content easily and consistently. If you are not subscribed to our weekly newsletter, sign-up below! Don't forget to check out our Digital Ministry … Read more about Launching Captivating Content!
I’ve heard from a few pastors now that life has gotten a bit overwhelming. And I want to help. I can’t record their sermons for them, nor can I manage everyone’s websites and social pages. (Although I can teach you how to more effectively juggle your digital ministries; schedule a call with me today … Read more about So much to do, so little time?
I wanted to take a little time today to remind everyone how important it is to have different types of media available on your website and in your social posts!* One of my pet peeves is when churches use their website like a digital Sunday bulletin board. While it’s important to have blog posts and … Read more about …not the KING, but you know.
The online community is an ever-expanding space. That being said, your members and potential visitors have a plethora of options when looking for online ministry. However, we are a social bunch and therefore, most people will choose an online ministry close to their home in hopes of growing into an … Read more about Know Your Value
Without counsel purposes are disappointed: but in the multitude of counsellors they are established. Proverbs 15:22 Anyone who’s ever worked in an office or participated in a group project knows how important it is to surround yourself with good people. Please note that I didn’t say you need the … Read more about Finding Your Digital Ministry Apostles
During one of our coaching calls, a pastor suggested that a church’s website is similar to a virtual greeter. Just as you have people waiting at the doors to welcome people to your Sunday service, your website and online profiles are your church’s (potentially first) introduction to virtual … Read more about Putting Your Best Face Forward
By now I hope you have your directory profiles and social pages set-up. (Not sure what profiles to set up? Check out this post for some ideas!) Now it’s time to pass the baton to your members and staff. Ask for their help in filling out reviews (for Google Business, Yelp, Bing, etc.) and sharing … Read more about What Friends Are For
"Be the change you want to see in the world." Obviously, this is not a Bible quote, but it’s still a powerful one. (Fun fact: it's attributed to Gandhi, although he didn't say it either.) It inspires us to make small improvements to our lives and our communities, which can accumulate into bigger … Read more about Be the Change
I hate to break it to you, but potlucks won’t be the same for a very long time. Lots of people sharing food, drinks and utensils… This is the CDC’s nightmare. But don’t lose faith! We’re here to offer solutions to this lack-of-Jello-salad problem. (Maybe not the worse “problem” to have, but just go … Read more about Potluck, Smotluck
To be honest, I always get nervous to go somewhere new. I stress about how early I need to leave my house to make it on time; I worry about the parking situation when I get there. Even after I arrive unscathed, when I see people who obviously know each other, I feel a bit like an outsider looking … Read more about Who Doesn’t Love A Sneak Peek?
You’ve probably been practicing some kind of digital ministry for a while now. (Thanks for the kick in the rear, Covid.) And we are so proud of you for this, but today, we’re challenging you to kick it up another notch. This week, we want to encourage you to find creative ways to connect with … Read more about Level Up
For many people, life has been feeling a bit parallel to Bill Murray’s in Groundhog Day. For those of you who haven’t seen it, Bill’s character is doomed to relive the same day, February 2, over and over. (Also, we're in the middle of a pandemic, people. What else do you have to do? Watch the … Read more about Surviving Groundhog Day