Mark MacDonald · January 05, 2017
You can have a great church website. There are 5 simple rules you must follow.

Mark MacDonald · November 29, 2016
It all starts with the right ingredients with directions for combining them into something that keeps people coming back. Prep time will vary.

By Phil Bowdle · October 26, 2016
How does a church communications team partner with ministries instead of just playing the role of service department? It starts by asking the right questions.

Mark MacDonald · October 13, 2016
Many in today’s culture have little idea that they can connect with Jesus in our churches - they continue to google and seek answers to their pains or concerns.

By Gary Zandstra · October 04, 2016
Offering those who visit your church a great experience really is as easy as 1 2 3.

Martin Sinderman · September 06, 2016
If your church is considering renting its facilities to outside groups, then learn from these churches experienced with the business of event hosting.

WFM Staff · May 09, 2016
Ministry asks one million people to gather together in Washington D.C., on JULY 16th for ‘Together 2016’. The free event will feature 30 plus speakers, artists, pastors, and leaders from various backgrounds for a day of unified prayer and worship.

Mark MacDonald · April 21, 2016
The way we present our church must change to capture the attention of our late teen thru twenty-something audience.

By Phil Bowdle · April 07, 2016
There’s a very real possibility that what we share may be one of the few positive posts they see all day in their feeds. That’s an opportunity for us to share hope, love and encouragement.

M Wagner · January 14, 2016
As a church how can we approach the use of our building in a way that extends itself to people who live nearby

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