Monthly Archives: July 2018

  1. Featured Design Style: Clean Lines

    Featured Design Style: Clean Lines

    A bold modern design that is easily customized

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  2. What I Wish I Knew Before Volunteering

    Training Your Volunteers

    If you want your volunteers to represent your church well, here are some things to keep in mind when training them.

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  3. The Guest Experience Doesn’t End When You Dismiss From Your Service

    Have you ever noticed that previously non-runner church attenders become runners as soon as you dismiss the service? People bolt for their kids, cars, and food after church, and that can cause a huge hole in your guest experience.

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  4. Customer Spotlight: Lifehouse Church

    Customer Spotlight: Lifehouse Church

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  5. Building a Guest-Friendly Worship Experience

    We need to be mindful that we have guests in our worship services.

    Many guests have no context for what they’re about to see, hear, and experience inside your church. Here are some tips for making a guest friendly experience that doesn’t remove the power and presence of the Holy Spirit in your church.

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  6. Featured Design Style: Rivers of Peace

    Featured Design Style: Rivers of Peace

    A classic yet modern design that is versatile and soothing

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  7. First Steps – How to make someone’s arrival at your church amazing!

    What do guests experience when they arrive?

    You did it! You equipped your members to invite people and you have awareness building in your community through your website, social media and a little advertising. Now it’s time to get people on campus and into your building! 

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  8. Featured Design Style: Creation Sunrise

    Featured Design Style: Creation Sunrise

    A modern church design showcasing the splendor and majesty of God’s creativity.

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  9. How Are You Inviting People to Church?

    8 Tips for Inviting People To Church

    (and Tips for Those Who Find You Anyway)

    When strategizing for inviting guests to your church, we believe most people fall into two categories: 1) People who are personally invited to church and 2) People who pursue church on their own.

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