1. It's Not Too Late to Build a Church That Will Weather COVID-19

    Ministry looks different that it ever has before, and has left many churches feeling like they're behind the curve, wondering how their church will even survive the coronavirus crisis.

    Here's the good news: it's not too late to build a church that will weather COVID-19.

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  2. Engage Your Community During COVID-19

    The COVID-19 crisis has forced the majority of us to do ministry in a whole new way. How can we still reach our communities in safe ways? And how can we use this time to be prepared to welcome guests back when this pandemic is over? Read on for great ideas and resources.

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  3. Church Halloween Ideas (Even If You Don't Celebrate Halloween)

    Halloween can be a controversial topic in church circles. Some choose not to celebrate the holiday because of its associations with the devil, paganism, and evil. Many churches choose to not take a firm stance on the holiday, but encourage families to do what they think is best for their own children.

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  4. Secrets to a Successful Outreach Event at your Church

    If you’ve ever tried to organize an outreach event, you know the challenges:

    Low attendance
    Unengaged guests
    No follow-up

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  5. Gift Ideas for Students Going to College from Your Church

    College is a formative time for many young adults. During those four-ish years, students grow an immeasurable amount. Unfortunately, this is also a time many people fall away from the faith. Without their parents or their home church around, students often slowly stop engaging in a Christian community.

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  6. How to Prepare for Church Guests before Sunday

    How to Prepare for Church Guests before Sunday

    The guest experience really starts before they pull into the parking lot. The first impression that happens on Sunday has been influenced and informed by what happens on the other six days of the week. Is your church ready to make a great first impression before your guests even set foot on your campus?

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  7. Reach Your Community

    For many churches, we know we’re supposed to reach and evangelize our communities, but the people… they’re so…. Different!

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  8. The Best Summer Yet for Your Church

    Your church undoubtedly invested plenty of time and energy into making Easter a great experience and celebration of Jesus’ sacrifice for your members and newcomers.

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  9. Easter Is The End, Not The Beginning

    Just like football has its “Super Day” every year, many churches view Easter Sunday as their “Super Day” for reaching out to the community. People who only come a few times a year are getting their “Sunday Best” ready and you want them at your church!

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  10. Start a New Tradition at Your Church this Christmas

    In 2008, my wife and I wanted to spend Christmas Eve with her family, but needed a place to stay, so we spent the three days before Christmas at a hotel near her parents’ home. This was no ordinary hotel.

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