Church software should make ministry life easier. As a church leader, you want to spend more time building relationships and helping others grow closer to Christ. You don’t want the majority of your hours to be consumed by administrative tasks.
Are you ready to celebrate the greatest event in all of history? The resurrection of Jesus Christ. Though Easter celebrations around the world have become more commercialized and full of candy and bunnies, Resurrection Sunday is extremely important in Christian churches. It is a day commemorating Jesus’ resurrection after His crucifixion and death. Jesus having victory over sin and the grave has great implications for us. That’s probably why churches have many religious Easter traditions. They want to celebrate who Jesus is and what He has done. And they want to share that good news with other people.
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With pink and red and hearts everywhere you turn, Valentine’s Day must be on the horizon. Love is in the air and many are watching TV to catch up on all the sappy stories. One of the most-watched shows is The Bachelor, currently on its 26th season. Because we love a good love story, we thought we’d share our love of websites. Cheesy? Maybe. But we just can’t help it. We want to share The Bachelor Edition of our favorite church website features. Below are 11 features we’d give a rose to.
Church website design trends are ever-changing, just like any trend. Other than it is difficult to keep up with, it’s a good thing. I mean, who wants the same designs year after year?
Creating a website that is full of Gospel-centered content is vital to any church. People often head to Christian websites to glean from the information provided. They want to learn, and they want to grow. What if you could give the people what they want by enhancing your website to be more intentional and transparent? One way to make this happen is through using videos on your church website.
It’s a desire of most churches to grow in attendance. Not simply because they want higher numbers, but because the more people who are attending church, the more who have the opportunity to receive the gospel, connect with other believers, and grow in their relationship with God.
Over the past year, people have been online more than ever. Being at home and working from home, our lives have revolved around the interwebs. It’s where we have received our news, updates from friends, and even attended church.
Your website’s homepage is like an ongoing introduction to your church – an essential “first impression” for a new visitor, and an opportunity for your current members to get to know your ministries better and increase their engagement and involvement with the church. Is your homepage a place people want to visit? Here are six improvements you can make to your church website homepage to make people feel at home:
From online services, to downloadable Sunday school lessons, to virtual small groups, websites are a bridge to the future of how churches attract, nurture, and grow members—both in person and from home. Now, more than ever, it's important to stay plugged in to how to use your church website to give your congregation what it needs.
Just like anything else you do, your church website needs to focus on how it relates to your people. Every church wants to have a website, but just like when someone arrives at your front door, it's important to think through the experience visitors will have when they get there. Your church likely has plenty of opportunities for members to get involved with your church. But how do you make it clear how visitors can become members and how members can further get involved? How do you customize your website to guide website visitors to different opportunities?