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Technology should not transform ministry, but rather do the things that people don’t have to do so they can do what they do best.

Top 10 Writing Tips for Church Workers

By Billy Schultz | Aug 8, 2017 9:30:00 AM

Writing is a skill that comes naturally for some, and is a struggle for others. Whether or not you’re confident in your abilities, or if you have a job that doesn’t require it, it can still sometimes be necessary to write something that will be read by someone else.

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How Inspiration Boards Can Fuel Your Creativity

By Katy Crawford | May 9, 2016 9:00:00 AM

In 2015, for the entire month of February, Chick-fil-A offered free coffee to introduce customers to their new brew made from specialty beans. This generous promotion caught my attention and I found my way to their restaurant several times in those 28 days.

So, what does this have to do with inspiration boards? 

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6 Free or Cheap Stock Photo Websites for Churches

By Jenn Eickman | May 5, 2016 11:00:00 AM

It can be a challenge to find quality stock photos and graphics for free or on a budget. Today, I’m going to share some of my favorite places to search for artwork to use in ministry.

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8 Easy Blog Post Ideas for Pastors

By Amanda Lansche | May 2, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Pastors have been writing to God’s people for centuries. Remember those letters the apostle Paul wrote to the Early Church? And this one guy, Martin Luther, posted some ideas on a church door about 500 years ago. (Just think how many shares he would have gotten with a blog . . .)

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7 Free Online Tools for Sermon Writing

By Rev. Bill Johnson | Mar 22, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Writing sermons is only one part of a pastor’s work, but it’s one that can take a great deal of time in study and preparation. Every pastor I know wants to be faithful in his preaching and therefore invests time and energy into properly studying the Scriptures and preparing for Sunday morning.

There’s not a lot of shortcuts out there, though, and many of the helpful technology tools cost a great deal. Fortunately there’s a number of tools freely available on the internet to help streamline the process.

To that end, here are my go-to online tools for sermon writing. They’re not the only ones, and I won’t even claim that they’re the best, but they’ve served me well and continue to do so. 

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How to Reach Your “Offline” Members with a Blog

By Amanda Lansche | Jan 21, 2016 9:00:00 AM


Some people simply aren’t online much. Maybe that’s the case in your congregation. But that doesn’t mean a church or pastoral blog would be a waste of time!

Even with a “offline” congregation, a blog can still be a success. Try these 3 ideas to make the time spent generating blog content worthwhile. 

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Developing a Content Framework for Church Communications

By Peter Frank | Nov 30, 2015 9:15:00 AM

The meaning of the word “content” has evolved over the last few years. It used to mean something that was contained, like the contents of a jar, or the chapters of a book. Now, content has the broader definition of being “a substance of significance.”

In the digital world, content is not only words (like this blog), but also images and videos. In fact, even something as abstract as an idea can be considered content.

The value of content is not defined by its container, but rather by its quality. True content can have many different containers, and the implementation and purpose of the content can change with each container.

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