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Historically, churches have been a place of sanctuary. Though part of English law up until the 17th century, sanctuary use of a church for individuals under risk of prosecution or persecution is only honored today out of respect. Furthermore, there has been a general decline in respect for churches overall. This site reports that Dallas Drake, a criminologist, reported that…READ MORE
It can be challenging to own and operate businesses without forgetting how important the presence of God is in our lives. Society as a general whole cares more about where the next dollar will come from than the welfare of their neighbors or even family members. But you don’t have to live that way. You can make a difference and…READ MORE
Whether you are planting a church or considering adding on a new location or venue, there are three keys for you to remember in order to launch the right way. What is this article about? This post will give you insight into discussions I have had with multiple church planters, church plant organizations, church leaders in and around San…READ MORE
As a leader in your church, you have the responsibility of making sure that it is run in the best way possible. However, this can quickly become overwhelming. After all, there are many facets of a church that are necessary but might not be obvious to solve at first. One of these is security. If you are concerned about your…READ MORE
“Designers are a dime a dozen, but good designers and developers are at their core, brand strategists.” When it comes to a church’s digital presence, the worst thing the church can do outside of not having a digital presence, is having the wrong kind. Specifically, I want to narrow the focus on churches that have a website for every ministry…READ MORE
Text messaging is hot in churches right now. Texting is not a fad. Your users have their phones in their hands constantly. They think about touching their phones every sixteen seconds. Honestly, they can’t keep their phones out of their hands … and neither can you. So why not leverage that knowledge and reach your audience where they are at:…READ MORE