The question is very simple. When someone visits your church website, what impression are they getting of your church? We visit church websites from around the country trying to get a pulse on what people are doing. We see some great, some good, and many terrible! In a day where the Internet is so prevalent,… Continue reading What does your website say about your church?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) | Though most churches have a website, there is a divide between congregations that use their sites only for one-way communication and those that maximize their online presence with interactive technology. That is the finding of a new LifeWay Research study sponsored by Axletree Media, one of LifeWay’s partners in its Digital… Continue reading Churches have websites but many aren’t utilizing them, LifeWay survey finds By David Roach
Lifeway put out a good article last week about your church and it’s openness to guests. Of course we all say we’re friendly, we all say our doors are open and inviting, and we all SAY that guests are important to us. But is that portrayed in how we’ve aligned our priorities of our worship… Continue reading Are Your Guests Willing to Come Back?
I am hoping to present a multi-part series this week about balance. One consistent trend we are finding when meeting with pastors is that most, if not all, are responsible for wearing many hats at their church. The days of the pastor only being the spiritual leader of the church have passed. Modern pastors are… Continue reading Maintaining Balance Part 1 – Your Church Website
According to “Your Church Magazine” Currently, 80 to 85 percent of people are finding their church based on websites If you read further in this article you will also find that 85 percent of church websites are poorly designed, 10 percent are merely adequate, and only five percent can be considered really good So what… Continue reading Does Your Church have a Web Presence?