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Having a communications tool for your staff is essential because collaborating without a system, process, or tool is complicated and inefficient. Before choosing a tool, ask yourself (and your team) these questions.
While it is a given that any organization has to have a mobile accessible presence, many churches are unaware of whether a mobile website or an app is the better choice.
Creating a church website is not a one person task. To do it right, you need multiple types of people on a team. Here are the folks we recommend.
It is far too easy for a church to make mistakes as it begins formulating a strategy to create a "web presence" so let’s continue on how to effectively use these tools.
Many churches face the challenge of using the Internet to help spread their message and how to embrace technology. "How do we reach an audience outside of the sanctuary?" is a very common question posed by those in ministry.
Branding can feel like a bad thing within the church. In reality, that’s not the case. It’s not in the Bible so why do we need to talk about it? How we represent ourselves can impact who we’re able to build relationships with.
We spend a lot of time chasing what’s “cool.” But what if our time was better spent chasing after “warm”? Together, we’ll look at how important it is for churches to fuel a warm community, and how our online presence can take part in that effort.