Utilizing Facebook To Grow Your Church Community

You want to grow your church community, but where should you start? Facebook is the king of social media and the perfect place to start growing your church. The good thing is Facebook offers numerous ways to reach out to your members and the entire Facebook community. The key is to be as active on the platform as you are in your church. With the help of social media savvy volunteers, Facebook could become one of the most powerful tools you have for engaging and growing your church. Use Facebook Ads Facebook ads reach the millions of daily users on …

8 Creative Nonprofit Advertising Campaigns That Work

Nonprofit advertising campaigns aren’t usually the most exciting or engaging. In fact, they’re often depressing or make you feel guilty. While these work on some people, your church could benefit by getting a little more creative. Just think about the types of advertising you notice most. It’s creative and engaging. The message sticks with you. That’s the type of creativity your church needs to make your next marketing campaign more successful. 1. Answer Questions Before They’re Asked How often do you get asked the same questions about the Bible, faith and church? If you’re creating ads or marketing material, answer …

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 …

If Your Church Isn’t Making Social Media A Priority – This Happens

Sometimes it’s hard to make social media a priority in your church when you’re already pulled in so many different directions. However, it has to be a priority. It’s one of the best ways to market your church, engage members, reach new people and create a thriving community that expands outside your church walls. If you rarely update your social platforms, you could face some serious negative consequences. As bad as that may sound, neglecting social media does have the power to work against your church. Your Church May Seem Nonexistent Social media is one of the top five ways …

Why Social Media Is Changing The Way You Do Church

Social media use in relation to church is nothing new, but many churches are using social media to change how they reach and interact with others. It’s not just about sharing scripture or marketing upcoming events. Instead, churches are extending their walls to encompass social media followers too. If you want to get more from your social platforms, start using it to change how you do church. You’ll not only reach more people, but possibly grow your church too. Open Conversations With Non-Believers People of all types are on social media, including non-believers. While striking up conversations in person is …

Preach Without Notes And Connect More With Your Audience

Could you ever preach without notes? Right now, that probably sounds about as terrifying as a high-wire act without a net with zero experience. However, how often do you wish you could engage your members more? It’s not exactly comforting looking out and seeing your members looking bored or even worse, sleeping. Before you say it’s not possible, give preaching without notes a chance. It could be the perfect solution for better engagement and even church growth. Perfect Sermon But Zero Engagement You already work hard on your sermons. You do everything you can to make them perfect. This is …

Guest Speakers – How To Maximize Their Impact

Guests speakers can be one of the best ways to draw in more visitors and even grow your church. However, you just have to know how to maximize their impact. Asking someone to speak during normal services without any prior marketing isn’t going to be as beneficial as you might think. By utilizing a few tools and tricks, you might just find your church packed and your guest speakers reaching a much wider audience than you thought possible. Build Anticipation Long Before They Speak When a company launches a new product or service, they don’t typically just wait until it’s …

8 Things You Can Do To Increase Momentum And Growth

Almost every church, especially smaller churches, would love to increase momentum and growth. Sadly, that dream always seems just out of reach. This doesn’t mean it’s impossible. You just have to change your approach a little. While praying definitely does help, it’s time to take action to start achieving your church’s growth goals today. If growth seems too slow, increase momentum a little at a time. Between your church leaders and members, you have the perfect team for increasing your member numbers. 1. Share Your Passion While Tithe.ly suggests praying as the number one way to increase momentum and growth, …

How To Use Facebook To Expand Your Church’s Reach

You may already know that Facebook is useful for churches, but do you really know how to use Facebook to expand your church’s reach? At first, it might seem overwhelming. When should you post? What should you say? How do you create ads and are they even effective? Facebook is complex, but when you know how to use it right, it’s a highly effective way for churches to not only engage with their current members, but reach people worldwide. Increase Engagement With Facebook Groups While you should have your own Facebook page, a great addition to that is a Facebook …

The Ultimate Church Marketing Strategy

Every church needs a well thought out church marketing strategy to keep members coming back on a regular basis while gaining new members. While word of mouth is useful, it shouldn’t be your only marketing strategy. Why? Your members might have great intentions, but be horrible marketers. Luckily, marketing is usually budget-friendly. The main things you’ll need are time and of course, eager volunteers. Embrace Social Media Social media isn’t something your church can ignore. If you were to ask your members how many of them use social media on a regular basis, you’ll quickly see just how important it …