How to Cause Your Church to Grow
Recently a pastor of a church of about 250 attendees gingerly shared with me that he desired to see his church grow significantly. He was thankful for his small church and loved the people that God had entrusted into
Several years ago, we were working with a church that was going through a number of internal changes. The two objectives of our engagement were to help develop a strong infrastructure for growth and to optimize the potential of the ministry team through leadership training.
You are planning a big event at your church or media ministry. God has given you an amazing vision for this project and you are excited about what He is going to do through it to reach people who need to hear the saving message
If you are a local church or ministry and you are considering starting a media ministry, consider radio. It is local, it is relatively inexpensive, and it is listened to regularly by every age group. In many markets, the cost of a radio broadcast can
Before I came to work with Infinity Concepts, I was an executive pastor at a large multi-campus church. One of my main responsibilities was to develop strategies and initiatives to grow the church. Over the years I realized it wasn’t just one thing that caused
When you are considering starting a media ministry, one of the first things you need to consider is which medium to choose from the multitude of media that are available to you. Which medium is best for your audience, for your budget, for your message?
There are a lot of methods churches are using today to reach people and bring them into the church — cool lights, haze machines during worship, a coffee shop in the lobby, shorter service times, and creative stage props. All these are fine to do,
“I can’t go to church today because I have to stay home and take care of my sick niece.” Does this or a similar story sound familiar? I’m not the only one that has a very busy schedule but still wants to stay as connected to the church as I can. Fortunately, my church has a live service as an alternative option.
We see a lot of creative marketing campaigns these days, but there is one critical element that every successful campaign hinges on – the value proposition. Marketing is not just promoting a product, and branding is not just synthetically crafting an image. A clearly defined value proposition is the cornerstone, the chief element that every part of a successful campaign is built on.