The truth is your mission is sacred but your method (your strategy, your approach, your plan) is not sacred. Sometimes we get that confused. Your plan can and should change at times. The culture continues to change. The church needs to change too. Below are a few points to consider:

1. Online is h

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Most people think of livestreaming as a technology, but have you ever considered that it is also a ministry? Just like a women’s ministry or after-school Bible club for students, livestreaming serves as a ministry opportunity to impact many lives. Livestreaming serves as a key part of church ministr...

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The fact is, many of your new visitors during Easter services and community events are only there temporarily. They may have attended for a special Easter program or they limit church attendance to special holidays. Whatever their reason, church leaders don’t have to accept that these visitors won’t...

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When unchurched people walk through your door this Easter, will you be ready for them?  Here are five specific ways to make sure you are ready for your Easter guests.

1. Make Sure You Have Enough Volunteers at Critical Points

Easter services typically come with large crowds and long lines. Both...

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Years ago, people would ask, “Why doesn’t your church have a website?” People were accustomed to finding anything online and were frustrated when a church was not.

Today, I find more people asking, “Why isn’t your church live streaming?” More people (and not just the younger generation) are used t...

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