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Created on Tuesday, 27 May 2014 / Evangelism
Tags: Convoy of Hope, Donaldson family, humanitarian aid, natural disasters, social media, basic needs, food, water, church, truth
Humanitarian Aid At the intersection of U.S. 65 and I-44, the crossroads of America connect in Springfield, Mo., a place where passion meets need and hope meets healing. This junction forms the ideal location ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 19 May 2014 / Evangelism
Tags: Teen Mania, Ron Luce, youth ministry, Acquire the Fire, Extreme Camps, Global Expeditions, school of worship, Center for Creative Media, teenagers, Dallas
Youth Ministry Since 1986, Teen Mania Ministries has been challenging young people to live for something greater than themselves. The organization's commitment to see teenagers fully engage in the purposes ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 15 May 2014 / Evangelism
Tags: Joyce Meyer Ministries, media outreach, Bible teaching, social media, languages, television, radio, programs, Facebook
Media Outreach/Bible teaching The global impact of Joyce Meyer Ministries is nearly immeasurable, but the numbers certainly speak for themselves. Meyer, who considers herself more of a practical Bible ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 02 May 2014 / Education
Tags: Greg Surratt, trends, ministerial leaders, leadership skills, doing, watching, learning, Confessions, St. Augustine, Feedly, Christianity, news, social media, technology, photography, Pocket, Ev
How do you grow in your leadership skills? By doing? By watching? By being stretched? By learning from others? Probably you grow by doing a combination of all of them. One of the ways I grow best is by ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 30 April 2014 / Vision
Tags: Chuck Lawless, ministry, immediately, improve, book, seminar, conference, talk, leader, class, degree, podcast, obedient, God, clarity, relevance, communication, gospel, non-believers, gospel se
You have many options to strengthen your ministry. Read a book. Attend a conference. Talk to another leader. Take a class or earn another degree. Listen to a podcast. Watch a web seminar. All of these ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 14 April 2014 / Social Media
Tags: Brandon Cox, pastors, social media, Facebook, Instagram, churches, gospel, Jesus, eggs, diversification, power, people, Grace Hills, money, advertising
The gospel did okay before Facebook and will do just fine without it. But plenty of churches and organizations like mine have found Facebook to be an incredibly useful tool for getting the word ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 24 March 2014 / Social Media
Tags: Brandon Cox, pastors, social media, Bible, social issues, brand, Loving Choices, pro-life, pro-choice, homosexuality, liberals
Christianity has a brand, like it or not. So does your church. And so do you, for that matter. That might make more sense if you define branding the way I do—as the story people are telling about a person, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 18 March 2014 / Teens
Tags: Smartphones, technology, Pentecostal Evangel, Assemblies of God, parents, texting, video games, friends, connect, Common Sense Media, TextPlus
JJ Shackelford loves his iPhone 5. He uses it to check sports stats, stay in contact with his parents, play video games and connect with his friends. He keeps it with him and checks it multiple times throughout ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 14 March 2014 / Communication
Tags: Brandon Cox, social media, church plant, formula, America, launch, hackers, money, Facebook, Twitter, proof, advertising, search engines
There’s a formula for launching a church in America: Collect lots of money. Spend lots of money getting the word out. Turn a big crowd of strangers into a church. It’s easy—if you have lots of money. But ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 / Family Life
Tags: Andrew Lisa, family ministry, professionals, Bible, home, children, true faith, learned, practiced, supplemental, separate, literature, media, support groups, retreats, accountability
Although the physical act of going to church is a central tenet of the faith, true faith is rooted in the Christian household. For people of faith, family ministry is crucial to maintaining a true understanding ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 / Evangelism
Tags: David Ireland, evangelism, crusades, soup kitchens, Jesus, Billy Graham, discipleship, cost, gospel invitation, Len Sweet, generosity, acts of kindness, missions, service-based evangelism, online ...
... 24-26, 2005. New York park and police officials tallied the crowd at some 242,000 people over the three-day crusade. More than 1,400 churches representing 82 denominations provided an estimated 20,000 ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 28 February 2014 / Evangelism
Tags: Hal Seed, Chreasters, Easter, Christmas, regulars, church, concentrated prayer, New Song, confident invitation, Christ, immediate follow up, free book
... are able to look around the crowd and find the “people like me” pretty quickly. “People like me” is key to assimilating newcomers. Once you get to 200 or more, the number of names and faces is large enough ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 27 February 2014 / Media
Tags: Phil Cooke, churches, multi-camera director, television, broadcast, media, IMAG screens, ministries, experience, camera angles, camera operators, decisions, captured, audience shots
There are many churches today that are shooting their worship services, concerts and other events with multiple cameras. Whether you have a broadcast media ministry or not, it’s not unusual to use multiple ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 / Administration
Tags: Ministry, pastors, churches, mistakes, informative, website, guests, social media, staff, influencing, content, groups, considerate, worship service
I was recently in Arkansas speaking with a pastor who is a daily reader of my blog. He expressed gratitude for all the free content, but then he made a kind plea. He said that the blog has so much content ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 / Social Media
Tags: Ron Edmondson, social media, tweet, ministry principles, change, power, objection, criticism, silent partners, fear, loyalty
1. The change you most need to initiate will often be the hardest change to make. 2. The loss of power will always be a key objection to change. 3. People aren’t always taking this as seriously as you ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 07 February 2014 / Youth
Tags: Aaron Crumbey, small group time, social media, devices, narrative, read, pray, dinner, snack, lecture, facilitate
This year with my small group of high schoolers, I decided to try some things that I didn’t do with my last group, and boy, has it paid off. I thought I’d share with you five things that I’ve tried this ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 07 February 2014 / Social Media
Tags: Brandon Cox, social media, church, engage, world, Jesus, Paul, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Christians, Rick Warren, online, mission, Great Commission, Internet, community, lost, unsaved
As we develop a driving philosophy of why to take up the mantle of social media engagement, it’s important to understand that the purposes for engaging the culture this way are the same purposes that led ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 28 January 2014 / Service
Tags: Recruiting, volunteers, church, Brian Flax, maintanence, advertising, help, ask, training, word of mouth, social media, Facebook
Recruiting volunteers for your church or religious group is a time-consuming process, especially if only one person has taken on the responsibility to do so. Recruiting and maintaining a good group of ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 24 January 2014 / Culture
Tags: Thom Rainer, pastors, hurting, challenging, immoral, community, Pew Research, clergy, moral failures, widespread coverage, Christian faith, nation, marginalize, tenure, entitlement mentality, social ...
A day does not pass that I do not hear from a hurting pastor. Serving in that role has to be one of the most challenging vocations today. Sure, there are some bad and immoral pastors. But the vast majority ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 16 January 2014 / Administration
Tags: Churches, ministries, pastors, new media, dangers, publicity crises, social media, greater risk, reputation damage, credibility
Churches and Christian ministries are not prepared for publicity crises and under-estimate the dangers of the new media age, according to an international public relations and reputation management consultant. ... [ +++ ]
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