If you’re on a budget and find WordPress confusing, there are several other DIY church website options. I’ve leaned into this a little harder recently because I continue to get calls for help from confused pastors who just can’t figure out their WordPress sites. I know all the arguments about its unparalleled power and customizabilitiness.
As part of the branding process, you’ll be working with a designer to create a logo. When it’s finalized, you’ll want to get these 12 church logo files from your designer. You’re going to need to use your church logo in lots of different ways. You’d be surprised at what a challenge that can be.
As you’re building the website for your church plant, you should consider including church staff video bios instead of just pictures on your staff page. Staff Pages Rank High Most people will check out a church’s website before their first visit. But which pages do they hit when they’re deciding whether or not to come?
Ever get sick of having to create the same church event over and over on different platforms? If only you could sync church calendars so you only had to enter each event once! It usually goes like this: you’ve planned an event for your church plant. It’s going to be awesome. You need to get
Having a fun event this summer? Great! Taking pictures, too? Even better! But you can’t just post those pictures on your church website or Facebook page without having signed church photo release forms. Here’s why: Jeopardizing Children Picture copyright issues aside, I see the biggest issue as children’s safety. Consider these scenarios that could very
Facebook check ins are one of the lesser known and even lesser used tools built in to Facebook. But if you figure out how to use Facebook check ins, it could be an incredibly useful tool. When you use Facebook to post an update on a mobile device, your options are: Status (text) Photo (including
It can be a part-time job to create church Facebook page content, but it has become an indispensable part of establishing your church plant online and in your community. The first and best thing you can do for your church Facebook page is posting interesting and useful content. “Content is King” has become such a
Using Facebook dark posts for church planting is almost as mysterious as it sounds. But it can be a great way to connect with people and get the word out about your church plant. You don’t have to be an online ninja to figure it out. Let me break it down: How to Pay Facebook
There has been a lot of healthy conversation around the ‘scorecard’ of the church recently. We mostly agree that measuring attendance and offerings is an incomplete scorecard at best. But why would you even want to create ministry reports that measure other things? Nobody becomes a church planter so that they can read or create