Communication

Deborah Ike · February 22, 2018
Planning an event requires attention to detail, coordinating efforts with various ministry departments, problem-solving, and keeping leadership informed on the team’s progress.

Mark MacDonald · February 13, 2018
Since most people go to your church's website, and this page, before visiting your church, these tips will help your ministry look authentic and approachable.

Mark MacDonald · December 29, 2017
Here are 3 leadership ideas -- things to consider doing differently. You may be impressed with the many benefits you’ll enjoy later.

Deborah Ike · December 22, 2017
If you haven’t considered yet how to make the New Year even better than the last, here are a few potential New Year’s Resolutions for you.

Mark MacDonald · November 21, 2017
Here are 5 ways that a church, a Pastor, a ministry leader, or a believer can effectively communicate thankfulness to the body of believers around us.

Martin Sinderman · November 19, 2017
Who are the first people a visitor is going to meet at your church? If you’re lucky, it will be someone selected and trained to be a part of your well-organized Guest Services Team.

By Debbie Keough · October 12, 2017
Being able to work toward nailing each area every week will bring your team closer to achieving smooth services each and every week.

Andres Caamano · October 10, 2017
One of the most common words that came up repeatedly during the workshop from each of the panelists was the element of relationships.

By Michael Edgar Myers · October 09, 2017
A church’s Humor Quotient is as much a critical barometer of church health and has unimagined potential for missional and discipleship growth.

Deborah Ike · September 07, 2017
The start of the ministry year brings about planning events. Save stress, time and money by using a process that works for ministry gatherings.