There are many things that have happened in the world and in church space but those reflections will be for another post. For now, here are the top 10 ChurchMag 2020 posts.
When so many churches have started to embrace social media, it can be difficult to stand out from other ministries online. While you may understand what makes your church unique from all others in your community, it can sometimes be challenging to translate that into social posts.
Now is a good time to recalibrate your expectations. The opportunity in 2021 is greater than the crisis in 2020, but you will have to work for it.
New Mexico Authorities Fine 2 Albuquerque Megachurches For Violating COVID-19 Orders On Christmas Eve
New Mexico health authorities issued fines to a pair of Albuquerque megachurches this week for allegedly violating Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s 25% Coronavirus capacity order, according to local reports.
After keeping a close eye on over 100 churches on Instagram and in Facebook groups, we started to pick up on some recurring themes. While these ideas certainly don’t apply to every ministry, these are the big trends we see as churches celebrate Christmas this year.
The great thing about technology is that while prices start high, they tend to go down quickly. Thankfully, these price decreases make live streaming attainable even on a small budget.
Believing church copyright myths can get you into a lot of trouble. So let’s discuss copyright law, copyright infringement, and everything you need to know so your church stays out of trouble.
For a lot of reasons, many church leaders simply don’t have the capacity to give attention to streaming services.
There are a lot of technical details to consider when forming a new church plant. Designing and investing in the right sound system can be one of the most important tech decisions a young church makes.
Congregations tend to plan and implement in the moment since Sunday comes every single week. So, thinking about keeping younger players or finding future players, singers, or even a primary worship leader is rarely a consideration until a vacancy occurs.
Whether it’s Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, or any other occasion, sometimes people are incredibly difficult to buy for. We know that design-focused minds, technology-lovers, and artists can be some of the MOST challenging people on a shopping list. Don’t worry—we’re here to help!
As churches are considering the future in light of our strange present, they will inevitably need to renew and reimagine the past. The following article will show why the assumption is that it will require incorporating something completely new.
Handwritten notes are rare. In this article, there are a few points presented to learn how to take advantage of writing more handwritten notes.
Kevin D. Hendricks explains why embracing tradition at Christmas is good news for small churches. When it comes to Christmas, people like “That’s how we’ve always done it,” just fine. Embrace tradition. More than anything, embracing tradition at Christmas is good news for small churches. If you don’t have a…
Our culture still embraces Christmas. Churches decorate, plan and hold extra services. But are we really connecting with the people who only come to church during the most wonderful time of the year?