Creating A Church Blog Strategy That Works

If you have a website, you’ve probably already considered writing a church blog. However, you may have put it off or only blog now and again. Blogging helps you reach your audience faster. With each post, search engines have more content to index, meaning more chances to connect with people worldwide and locally. Creating a church blog strategy is the first step to having a blog that does your church proud. Even if you’ve never blogged before, your church can do this. Define Your Objective Did you know there are currently over 1.6 billion websites live worldwide? Many of those …

8 Tips To Help Pastors Build A Church Blog

Wouldn’t it be great if all you needed was a church website to reach more people? While it’s a great start, you have to keep your site updated with fresh content, aka a blog. Pastors are busy, but it’s also their thoughts, leadership and personality that makes people want to join a church. This is why pastors are often responsible for building a church blog. Even if you’re drawing a blank when it comes to topics, don’t worry. With these eight tips, you’ll have a blog to be proud of in no time. 1. Find Inspiration You’re used to writing …

7 Elements Of Blog Posts That Inspire And Engage

7 Elements Of Blog Posts That Inspire And Engage

You’re filling your church’s blog with great blog posts, or so you think. However, no one seems to be reading them. While you’re not likely to go viral overnight, you’d at least like to see your members engaging with your church’s blog. The key is to craft posts that both inspire and engage. This might sound like a tall order, but it’s not as difficult as you might think. Once you know what elements to include, you’ll see more traffic on your site and not just from church members. 1. Focus On The Headline Your headline is the most important …

10 Church Leadership Blogs You Need To Be Reading

10 Church Leadership Blogs You Need To Be Reading

Let’s face it, Being a pastor is hard. Really, Really Hard. There seems to be no end to the amount of work we have to do to lead a church.  There are sermons to prepare, staff meetings to run, and there is always that person who wants to have a talk about something you said in your sermon. With all the pressures on a pastor, it is easy to get behind in your personal growth.  Of course, that has to start quiet times.  If you do not have a great relationship with Jesus it almost impossible to pastor the people …