Are you using church postcards as part of your outreach strategy? Thanks to the uptick in digital marketing in recent years, there’s less competition in people’s mailboxes — that means your postcard is more likely than ever to grab a recipient’s attention! Still need some convincing that direct mail is a highly effective form of […]
Having a church Facebook page is an important part of your overall outreach strategy, but it can be tough to know where to start. To help, we’ve rounded up the basics of Facebook for churches to get you started reaching and connecting with more people online. Why do you need a Facebook page? If you […]
Every year, over 40 million people in the U.S. move to new homes. That means over 40 million people are looking for places to connect in their new communities. Will your church be one of those places? If you’re not reaching out to new movers, you’re missing the chance to welcome them to your neighborhood, and […]
With so much emphasis on switching to digital marketing, many churches wonder if direct mail still has a place in their ministry outreach strategy. The answer to this question is a resounding YES! It’s still very important. And, in all actuality, more relevant than ever. In Part One of this two-part series, we take a look […]
Did you know you have only eight seconds to snag the attention of people you are trying to reach? This “eight-second rule” is an old insider advertising tip that applies to church marketing, too. Doesn’t seem like much time, does it? Just a mere eight seconds to create awareness around your purpose and influence your audience […]
Summer is moving season in the United States, and we’re helping churches everywhere learn how to reach new neighbors with new mover church marketing. More people move between the months of May and September than any other time of the year. And one of the first things they will do in once they’re settled in […]
Easter is nearly here and using social media platforms to market church Easter events online is now a necessity to invite your community to church. You’ve probably already sent direct mail postcards, handed out invite cards and encouraged your members to welcome their friends and neighbors. But social media can expand your marketing efforts and […]
Easter is the most important day on the church calendar. Not only is it the day Jesus won the victory over death; it’s the day more people become Christians than any other day. I want to take full advantage of this once-a-year opportunity. How would these fourteen tactics make a difference for Easter at your church this year?
A few years ago, Kelly Brady was reading 2 Timothy 4:5 when it stopped him in his tracks. The apostle Paul, an evangelist, was telling Timothy, his disciple and a pastor, to “do the work of an evangelist.” Brady is one of a growing number of senior pastors who are rediscovering a personal passion for witness outside the walls of church. They’re swapping traditional evangelism techniques for relational approaches. They’re challenging their members to set aside fears and become creative with evangelism. And they’re partnering “as one church” with other pastors and organizations for communitywide strategies.
One of the most effective ways you can support your members in their personal outreach is to provide them with easy, affordable church invite cards. If you’re like most churches today, you are probably working constantly to find innovative ways to bring in new visitors and introduce them to the truth and hope of the […]