Jumpstart is a one-day event on Monday, March 5 for church communicators and administrators in the Pacific Northwest.
I know the church directory is intended to be a resource for members to be able to contact each other. Yet I wonder, is it being used?
Churches have a wealth of great content. It’s true. Yet so many churches struggle when it comes to finding the right things to post on social media, websites or other communications avenues.
Building and maintaining a good website is a struggle for many churches. Here are some of the most common roadblocks you can remove to give your website a better chance.
While some churches are rocking Twitter, others aren’t giving the best impression of who they are. If you’re committed to being on the blue bird network, here are some areas for you to consider.
There are so many choices out there. I was wondering if anyone had either used, or could recommend a good Admin software?
In this webinar, we discuss a multi-media approach to communicating with members and your surrounding community. We look at websites, social media, email, in service announcements and more.
I joined a church just after graduating from college and suddenly started receiving emails from a number of people all at the same time. Later I realized my email was published in the directory. Without giving consent I was subscribed to the church weekly update, prayer chain, and social justice club list.
Churches have always had data. In the 21st century there is more to it than just being able to put address labels on envelopes or send out yearend giving summaries. Like it or not, churches need to be aware of cyber security issues.
Don't rely on your websites to protect your information – that's your responsibility. Your accounts are all linked because they belong to you and use your personal information, and that can make you vulnerable to a chain reaction. But never fear: there are some little things you can do to make a big difference in your security.
Have you ever visited a video church? Do you wonder how a church works with video feed of the sermon?
Salesforce, like Google Apps, is available to non-profits for free. I am writing this article to tell you about how I've set up Salesforce for our church to track membership and our offerings.
Each individual owns his or her likeness or other identifiable characteristic. If the church uses the videos or images to promote the church or makes them available on the web, then the courts will likely find that the church used the images in a commercial manner.
Church Communications Pro is a great blog to help you better market, and design your church website. It also has a lot of timely information about the latest trends and ideas for websites.