Sunday at 7 has become a special time of the week for members of Winnipeg's Transcona CRC, who use The Bridge App to come together for a time of designated prayer.
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Write your own blog post to share your ministry experience with others.
It's easy to get sucked into what's currently "working" on a platform and go all-in, forgetting about the original intent for any given medium.
How can we create an atmosphere of trust that fosters open, honest dialogue? Here are six things I am working on in my church, and I think they may help yours as well.
Local churches are utilizing The Bridge App for live-streaming services, accepting offerings, and managing and tracking attendance.
As the writer of my church’s mass emails, I try to be attentive to what value these emails offer to those who read them. Here are some things I've learned.
Church Juice is hosting a roundtable discussion on racial reconciliation and church communications. Sign up now to be a part of this discussion.
The Bridge App, available to Canadian churches through CRCNA Ministry in Canada, has a number of features that can assist churches during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus concerns have gripped the globe. Here is a resource to help your church deal with the pandemic.
There are plenty of blog posts out there about what churches and Christians should be posting on their social media. Here are a few things you and your church should stop publishing online.
This fall, Church Juice celebrates its tenth anniversary! Who is Church Juice? We’re glad you asked!
Whether your church is in the middle of a huge metropolis or on the outskirts of a tiny town, you have plenty of opportunities to reach out to the people living in your area.