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Big news, Network community: The Network has a brand new look! 

It’s been over a decade since The Network has gone through a major revamp. So it was time. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to bring you a new and improved site. 

Here are some changes we’re especially excited about: 

Amped-up visual appeal. Scroll the homepage to experience the immediate impact of larger, high-quality images. Larger images are also used on individual posts, enhancing the reader experience. 

Broader, more-intuitive topics. The homepage features a clean and simple navigation bar with topics that make sense in the context of the local church.

Multiple options to subscribe and stay informed. Users can subscribe to broad, top-level topics (e.g. Leadership), or narrow their focus by subscribing to subtopics (e.g. Deacons). 

An emphasis on Ministry Q&As. Since back-and-forth ministry sharing is what The Network is all about. We simplified the “Ask a Question” form and gave your Ministry Q&As homepage prominence. So go ahead and ask your ministry question. The Network community is always eager to help each other out.

A dedicated spot for Church Positions. The Church Jobs section is popular! Each month, we receive dozens of posts from churches that are hiring. To keep these posts from cluttering the homepage, we have created a Church Jobs landing page. 

A search engine that thinks like you. We want your search to pull up the best results. And that’s just how we’ve designed it! Enter your keywords in the search box and the most-matched articles will rise to the top. 

The Network is all about community! It’s your place to connect with others who are engaged in ministry by answering questions, posting ideas, and sharing resources. 

If you haven’t yet jumped in, be sure and subscribe to our weekly newsletter. We love our subscribers! 

Even better, create a Network account (or login with Google or Facebook). A Network account makes it easy to add your own posts and comments, which are the reason The Network is successful. 

Bottom line: The Network is better with YOU in it! 

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