After all the hours that go into planning a fantastic Easter weekend, it’s no wonder most church offices are a ghost town the week following.
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We've worked with state and local health departments to create guidelines, specific for churches in West Michigan, as they consider what re-opening the church may look like.
We're working hard to provide you with needed resources during this unprecedented time. Here are a variety of free resources from Church Juice, its partner ministries, and other church-focused ministries and businesses.
The slow and clunky response of Equifax to its recent data breach is a reminder of why it's important to be prepared for unlikely scenarios. Let’s make sure our churches are better prepared and respond more effectively in times of crisis.
Is your church website going to be ready for Easter? Here’s why it matters...
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.
Our church has used craigslist for projector light bulbs and sound equipment. Craigslist goes beyond the garage sale concept. It is also a way to find workers or services, or to look for work. It’s really almost unlimited what you can find on craigslist.
I’ve seen many guidelines about what should and should not be done with worship slide shows. Here are a few that I personally ascribe to, specific to song lyric slides.
Here are 5 reasons why your church should consider using Twitter to create relationships within your community.
Most likely your church is using images in many ministry areas—on your website, bulletins, Power Point slides, posters, etc. Creative Commons licenses were made for the way most people use the web. Many times people are willing to share their images, as long as they get credit.