You’ve most likely been told that your website is the first impression people have of your church. And it’s true. Your website is the front door to your church. It’s a key space to invite others and share your unique story. (more…)
You can have the perfect website, but if no one sees it, it’s all for naught.
That’s why creating a church website that will show up in Google (and other) searches is absolutely, positively, worth-near-memorizing-this-post essential.
Fortunately, it isn’t a guessing game. There are clear, simple steps you can take to get your church website to show up in online searches.
Maybe this describes you. Research shows that 66% of senior pastors love teaching and preaching, but in small churches especially, pastors have to wear many other hats they are less excited about.
Like financial decision-maker.
Around 20% of the same group said that the church budget is the most stressful part of their job. And chances are, most pastors (not just that 20%) would cut budgeting from their role entirely if they could. Preparing an annual budget can feel like one more thing that’s taking them away from doing what they love to do most––preaching.
But the budget is actually a friend—if you frame it right.
If your church is like many others, you use WorshipPlanning.com to plan your services.
This video and linked tutorial show you how to integrate the two. That way you don’t have to double-up any work you do in WorshipPlanning.com. This is just one of the ways Faithlife Proclaim streamlines the process of building church presentations.
Vince Miller has dedicated his life to men’s ministry. His organization, Resolute, focuses on providing men with tools for mentorship and discipleship.
Vince has written 13 books and dedicated over 20 years of ministry to helping men “get off the bench and into the game.” [Read more…]
Working in the church (salaried or not) is a huge honor. Nothing’s better than sharing the gospel with people and teaching the truth of God’s Word.
Administration is a huge part of church ministry, and church budgeting a big part of administration—an area not everyone is skilled in.