What Are Your Members’ Biggest Pet Peeves?

Because they care so much about your place of worship, your members can sometimes be picky about how things get done. To make matters worse, they often don’t agree with each other. For example, one recent survey asked people from various churches for their pet peeves about their worship leader. The responses were all over the map, and some … Read moreWhat Are Your Members’ Biggest Pet Peeves?

7 Ways to Use Twitter During a Church Service

Twitter: Silly name. Big impact. Believe it or not, not everyone is tweeting about the sandwich they had for lunch. Some churches are even using Twitter as a digital missions field. Maybe it’s time you consider integrating Twitter into your Sunday morning worship service? I know, I know. For some of you, that’s a stretch. … Read more7 Ways to Use Twitter During a Church Service

Communicating Effectively with Your Audience

The human brain is more active during sleep than when watching television. Think about that for a minute. Your brain has more activity while you’re unconscious than when you’re catching the latest episode of Honey Boo-Boo. Why is this? The answer is simple: imagination. When the brain watches television (or, more precisely, when your eyes … Read moreCommunicating Effectively with Your Audience