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Communications & Marketing
Meagan Ranson

Trolls Are People Too

TROLLS. We all have them, and some of us have even been them. The line between a negative comment and having a troll on your

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Communications & Marketing
Tyler Rominger

Be Fall Ready by Mid Summer

Sometimes running a church can feel like living paycheck to paycheck. All of your efforts constantly go into keeping everything functioning on a week to week basis.

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Communications & Marketing
bcarneiro Carneiro

Church, You Gotta Listen

“Ya’ll must be quick to listen and slow to speak.” My paraphrase, but you know the verse. I’ve heard this verse many times, and still

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Leadership
Carl Barnhill

How to Win the Hearts of Your Volunteers

I’m a broken record when it comes to the number one thing you can do as a leader to grow your volunteer team – Pastor Your People First. You have to put the emotional and spiritual needs of your volunteers over the excellence of your experience. You must care more about who your people are becoming than what they do on your team. You must focus on their heart condition more than the button they push.

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Communications & Marketing
Robert Carnes

Is the Church Obsessed With Millennials?

Millennials are apparently obsessed with a lot of things—self-care, self-improvement, food, ego travel (whatever that is), and nostalgia just to name a few. However, millennials are not obsessed with the church, as evidenced by the fact that they’re leaving Christianity in droves.

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Communications & Marketing
Adam McLaughlin

Big Church and Small Church Myths

Think outside the box of church size stereotypes and give yourself the opportunity to learn from others, despite the size of church they’re responsible for.

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Leadership
Carl Barnhill

How to Schedule your Volunteers

One of the keys to a dynamic Volunteer Team is scheduling your volunteers in such a way that there is a clear expectation of who is serving when. Planning is key. A ‘fly-by-your-seat, chasing down people to serve every week’ approach is a recipe for confusion and burnout – both for you and your volunteers.

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