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6 Trends to Pay Attention to as a Result of COVID-19

6 Trends to Pay Attention to as a Result of COVID-19

Epidemics can send shockwaves of panic and disorder through every industry. COVID-19, AKA The CoronaVirus, is presenting new challenges to pastors and church leaders worldwide. Hopefully you have a Coronoavirus response plan, and if you don’t, Northshore Church...

Do This BEFORE You Ask Your Church to Invite

Do This BEFORE You Ask Your Church to Invite

Because the Sunday morning church service is the entry point for most new people, equipping your church to invite others to church is one of the biggest keys to church growth. But before you ask them to invite, make sure you’re really ready for guests.

Five Keys to Effective Follow Up

Five Keys to Effective Follow Up

Following up is one of the biggest missed opportunities in churches. Without a clear follow-up strategy and process, first-time guests don’t feel welcome or get connected, new givers don’t know the impact their donation has and might not feel compelled to give again,...

5 Tips for Effective Church Staff Evaluations

5 Tips for Effective Church Staff Evaluations

Your church staff needs to be made up of more than warm bodies.  As a church leader, if you hire someone to do a job, then you need to not only hold that person accountable, but you should aim to serve that person to become the best he or she can be.  But how do you...

The Summer Outreach Planning Guide (and 5 Ideas)

The Summer Outreach Planning Guide (and 5 Ideas)

As a church leader, the summer can feel like an overwhelming onslaught from a powerful enemy.  During the spring, you see the summer months coming, and a tinge of anxiety strikes your chest.  You see what’s about to happen.  Your attendance...

5 Ways to Immediately Improve Your Church Website

5 Ways to Immediately Improve Your Church Website

Your church website shouldn’t be static. It's not something you can “set and forget.”  Rather, it should adapt to updated technology and how people interact with websites, which is continually shifting. This doesn’t mean you have to revamp your website every month. ...

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