Tithing isn’t what it used to be.
In some ways, giving is down—partly because people are losing touch with the biblical precedent for giving. (more…)
With how much of our interactions happen online now, more and more churches are using technology to encourage spiritual growth and fellowship throughout the week.
This is not to replace face-to-face teaching and fellowship, but to reinforce it, providing opportunities to learn and build relationships in addition to the few times a week people can get together. [Read more…]
Visuals communicate as much as words, if not more, so they demand serious attention.
Whether you’re designing your own website from scratch (and if so, impressive), using a website builder, or hiring a designer, you’ll want to know the basics of website design.
That way you can create an appealing website or evaluate the merits of one being made for you. You would also be more than prepared to use a church website builder, such as Faithlife Sites, which is free to use and made just for churches. [Read more…]
Though the primary audience for your church website may be visitors, you can’t ignore your current members. They’ll turn to your site again and again for up-to-date information.
Here are the three big needs each audience has for your website, and how to meet them. (And for even more church website building tips, download the free ebook The Ultimate Guide to Building a Great Church Website.) [Read more…]
How do you build a church website that attracts visitors, engages members, and is easy to maintain?
We often watch TV in isolation—and purely for entertainment. But what if there were a way to use TV to bring people together instead?
Faithlife TV offers an array of small group studies that turn your TV into a tool for facilitating discussions about important topics.
From women’s studies to theological conversations to marriage preparation and more, these five resources will help you connect with family, friends, or a church group. [Read more…]