Creating a landing page for a special event ensures you are giving interested visitors exactly what they’re looking for. It can also help with making your advertising more effective. Here is an example landing page you can use or adapt for your church website.
Hosting a Back-to-School Sunday as a special event is a great way to engage the families in your community. Here are FREE images you can use! They are sized for both social media and worship slides.
In the finale of a 3-part series on improving your church’s Facebook Page, we cover the information and sections you should include to make your Page user-friendly.
In part 2 of a 3-part series on improving your church’s Facebook Page, we dig into features and settings related to interaction with Page visitors. Topics include the critical settings to know, the Call-to-Action Button, Messaging, and Reviews.
Your Facebook page is an important tool for ministry, and it may even be a first stop for some visitors. In part 1 of a 3-part series on improving your church’s Facebook Page, we look at making sure people can find your Page and recognize it across Facebook.
Looking for a new song that sounds like an old song? “Give Thanks to God” by Housefires is an amazing new worship song that can find a place in your service whether it is modern or traditional.
We tend to deal with criticism in one of two ways: ignore it or let it paralyze us. Neither is helpful nor healthy. Here’s an image that keeps it all in perspective.
We all need great photos for social media posts, sermon graphics, and other projects. Here are the best summer photos you can use for free!
Authenticity is a buzzword in the church, and it often becomes a stated goal. But there’s a problem when authenticity becomes a tactic or strategy.
The world of social media is constantly changing and can be overwhelming. But the Church is uniquely positioned to find success if we remember a few keys.