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10 Tips for zooming into online church meetings (Part I)

To transfer information? Consider texting or sending an email instead.
To socialize? Nice, but team-building activities are more effective…and more fun.

That leaves situations where you and your church team really do need to brainstorm, discuss, and come to some decision.

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Church Website Launch? Nobody cares

Once your website is stable and you think you have made the worthwhile changes, you can do a communication nugget where you discuss what the church is doing, what changed, and where to find critical stuff. If it is your first major upgrade, this process is going to be much more important. If you had upgraded before, this may be something you do as a live church presentation, just an email newsletter, or a communication via social media.

Churches need for speed

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Fulfill the ‘Need for Speed’ on your WordPress Website

Slow websites frustrate computer users. 47% of consumers expect a web page to load in 2 seconds or less – and 40% of people abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load (https://blog.kissmetrics.com/loading-time/)

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Church Feign?

Envision a meeting place full of like-minded individuals who are eager to share their knowledge, experience, and life-lessons so that YOU can fulfill your God-given passion. Such a place is Fruition Lab. Recently, I attended the 2nd Fruition Lab meetup in Berrian Springs, MI. I was able to connect with some top marketers who happened…

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Why communication isn’t a person thing. It’s a core strategy

As a corporate communicator now church communicator, Girardier has a rare perspective. His excellent podcast about his first three years on the church staff has talking points that we all can learn from.

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Introduce your staff and profile your ministries – without all the hassles!

Being able to see details of the staff and volunteers helps people get a feel for the church and have some familiar faces to look for when they visit or come along to one of the ministries the church is running…

Digital Native

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Church tongue twisters fail for Gen Z (and how to fix this)

“Nevertheless, in church I would rather speak five words with my mind in order to instruct others, than ten thousand words in a tongue” (1 Corinthians 14:19 ESV)                                                                       If you didn’t get every word in the title, that’s ok. Languages evolve, and we need to keep current. When we don’t, it’s as if we’re ‘speaking…