Ministry

Why Invest in a Church Website? It Mobilizes Christians for Ministry

Your church should invest in a website. Why? Because it can help bring in new people, attract young people, increase giving, create new forms of outreach and expand the scope of outreach. Today, I’m going to be looking at the next point: a church website mobilizes Christians for ministry service. Changing the Approach to Church Websites …

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Why Invest in a Church Website? It Expands the Scope of Outreach

When your church creates a website, it expands the scope of your church’s outreach. That’s the fifth reason why your church should invest in a website, building on the last point. Not only does a website create new forms of outreach, but it enables you to reach people you never could have before. You might be a …

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10 Reasons Why Your Church Should Invest in a Website

Internet. It has brought extraordinary and unprecedented changes to our culture over the past couple decades. The internet has changed the way people go about everyday lives, how they interact with others, and how they approach businesses and organizations. Just how widespread is internet use in the U.S? Here are some interesting statistics by Pew …

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2 Corinthians 12:14-18 // 3 Differences Between True & False Ministry

If you’ve been following the daily devotionals for the past few days, you might remember that the apostle Paul refused money from the Corinthians. This was culturally unheard of and they got upset with him. One, because it made them feel disrespected. Two, they thought Paul must’ve been up to something. In 2 Corinthians 12:14-18, …

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2 Corinthians 11:30-33 // Glorifying Ourselves vs. Glorifying God

As we jump into 2 Corinthians 11:30-33, it’s important to remember the context. Earlier in the chapter, the apostle Paul said he was “speaking as a fool” (v. 21) and boasting about his strengths as a minister. This is what the false apostles were doing, and he decided to beat them at their own game. …

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