New Member Classes: Starting off on the Right Foot

The process of getting a new member educated about your church, the theology and doctrine you adhere to, and how […]

by Marvin Owen Jan 24
Outreach 101: 5 Keys to Discipleship and Growth

Many churches are continuing the push to reach new people as they realize the need to engage the millennial generation.  […]

by John Gilman May 18
Cultivating a Well-Rounded Ministry

Piloting a helicopter demands one’s complete attention to control the madness of the multiple parts of the machine. Pilots lean […]

by John Gilman May 4
Giving your Visitors the VIP Treatment

It’s no surprise that churches should go to great lengths to reach out to visitors, but do they? New visitors […]

by John Gilman Sep 28
6 Easy Steps for Visitor Follow-Up

Visitors come and visitors go, but successful churches create systems that make it easy for them to stay. Visitors come […]

by Meredith Morris Sep 23
6 Things NOT to do to First-Time Visitors

Being a first-time visitor at a new church is listed up there on my least favorite experiences, along with starting […]

by Meredith Morris Sep 6
Is Assimilation Part of your Church Culture?

Churches monitor many different metrics to determine the health of their church. Tithes and offerings, baptisms, new members, the number […]

by John Gilman Aug 3
5 Tips to Engage and Welcome Visitors into your Church Community

The longer your members are actively involved in your ministry, the harder it becomes for them to remember when they […]

by Jan Jasmin Aug 1
The Secrets to an In-Depth Follow-Up Campaign in Your Church

Growing churches tend to have a dynamic leader, but many of them have a marketing machine behind them. Yes, nothing […]

by John Gilman May 18
Setting and Achieving Goals for Your Church

Let’s be honest for a second. Are your church’s goals measurable? Maybe. Maybe not. In order to reach the goals […]

by John Gilman May 4
Should Your Church Offer Free Wifi?

Some churches resist the digital transformation which is in full swing. They don’t want the distraction. However, it must be […]

by John Gilman Feb 20