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ChurchInfluence.com 2.0: Are you in the NEW TOP 20 churches in your area?

ChurchInfluence.com is ALL NEW! We have taken special care in rolling out the 2.0 version of the website with a brand new approach to measuring and assessing the social influence of your ministry. This includes new church influence tools and inventories in: church trends church scores top 20 area assessment new team of experts finances […]

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WebMinistry 2.0 for Churches: A Step-by-Step Guide

WebMinistry 2.0 for Churches {Step-by-Step Guide} Part 1: The Web Process WebMinistry 2.0 for Churches {A Step-by-Step Guide} Part 2: 5 Reasons to use WordPress WebMinistry 2.0 for Churches {A Step-by-Step Guide} Part 3: WordPress and Its Famous 5 Minute Installation WebMinistry 2.0 for Churches {A Step-by-Step Guide} Part 4: Ten Useful Plug-ins WebMinistry 2.0 […]

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Churches that are “family-owned and operated” closing this year

This week cover symptoms often found in dysfunctional churches. The list is not meant to be critical but eye-opening. There is hope for our churches, and that hope is found in Christ. Some highlights: If there are severe theological errors in a church, it may no longer be a true church. Force-terminated pastors are too common. The average […]

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2015 STATE of the MEGACHURCH REPORT: Recent Shifts in America’s Largest Protestant Churches

Leadership Network & Hartford Institute The Beck Group by Scott Thumma, Ph.D. and Warren Bird, Ph.D. Amid reports from America’s largest Protestant churches of scandals or decline after pastoral transitions, many have speculated about their health and future vitality. Our 2015 survey of megachurches, the fifth such survey since 2000 that our two organizations have created and fielded, directly addresses this topic of vitality and […]

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Top 5 Churches That Use Social Media Best

Mars Hill Seattle (marshill.com) – Beyond the sometimes polarizingly, yet magnetic personality of teaching pastor Mark Driscoll (@pastormark), the church has a very sizeable audience engagement on not just Facebook and Twitter, but also podcasting, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube, said Chuang. The private church-based social network The City (http://www.onthecity.org) traces its origins to Mars Hill. LifeChurch.tv based […]

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