5 Best Practices to Promote Your Website

Having a church website is great. You can rally and inform your current members, and invite or introduce people from your community to your church and beliefs. But just having a website doesn’t work. You need to find ways to promote your site effectively so that people will visit. Unfortunately, it is no longer enough […]

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Written by Vince Williams
July 10th, 2013 at 12:25 pm

Ice Cream Evangelism

The last couple of weeks have been unseasonably warm here in the Pacific Northwest, and last Sunday was especially hot. My kids pulled out the slip-n-slide, and spent the afternoon staying cool with their neighborhood friends. Then they heard that magical sound coming down the street: the distinctive chimes of the ice cream truck. Thinking […]

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Written by Larry Witzel
May 8th, 2013 at 5:25 pm

Lessons from History Channel’s “The Bible”

Opening on March 3rd, History Channel’s The Bible received ratings unexpected by Hollywood elites. By its final episode on Easter weekend it had been seen by over 13 million viewers. Through various blogs and news articles I have seen Christians take a stance both for and against the various episodes and their accuracy to the […]

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Written by Vince Williams
April 9th, 2013 at 11:17 am

The Missing Element in Your Easter Sermon Preparation

Easter is early this year. In less than four weeks, you’ll need to be prepared for what is often the highest-attended service in your church. Will your sermon be ready? As you’re preparing, don’t neglect a crucial element in communicating your message: visual elements. The message of the resurrection is a powerful love story, one […]

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Written by Vince Williams
March 1st, 2013 at 11:20 am

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