As a leader, do you like to be in control? Do you struggle with trusting others to do and say the right thing? If so, Pentecost is going to be a challenge.
If you have experimented with Facebook ads, you likely used them to send people to your website. But there is another option that starts a conversation instead, leading to a potentially more effective connection. Included in the post are 4 templates you can implement today!
It is easy for churches to fall victim to the plague of typos and poor grammar. While not the most important aspect of ministry, it may mean more than you think.
Conventional wisdom says you should start your sermon with a story, joke, fact, or question to immediately capture attention. But so many effective communicators break this rule. Why and how do they do this?
Sermons are often seen as vehicles for delivering answers and information. But what if the real power to shape the future is found not in answers, but in questions?
In the immortal words of Kid President: I think we all need a pep talk. Here’s some encouragement for Holy Week and the season afterward.
On many church websites, the first thing you see is the current sermon or series theme and graphics. Here are 5 reasons why they should NOT be on your homepage.
When world famous graphic designer Michael Beirut redesigned the Big 10 Conference logo, he got a fair amount of negative feedback. His response is a template we can all use.
This free image pack will give your worship and social media graphics a unified design theme for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.
Listening is a critical ministry and leadership skill, and we tend to think we’re either great or terrible at it. What if it’s both, and we all need a little work?