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 (

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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…

Strategy and auditing for churches

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Step 0: What to Expect from a Church Communications Audit

If you are a pastor or church communication leader today, you know the challenges of communicating both with the members of your congregation and with your digital mission field. The communications field is developing and changing rapidly as more and more people adapt to the wide variety of digital, social and mobile, communications tools. It…

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Churches – set your content FREE!

I came across a great video yesterday from Jason Caston talking about the future of tech & the church.

It’s a very thought provoking video – and got me thinking. The biggest takeaway I had from Jason’s vision of the future is the amazing variety of devices on which content will be consumed.