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6 Safety Trends and Risks for Churches

1. Avoidable Incidents It’s almost a given that a church insurance company such as GuideOne will see millions of dollars in claims resulting from incidents that, in many cases, are preventable: fires, water damage, and falls, to name a few. Aside from establishing a risk management team or committee in your church, we highly recommend […]

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7 Trends in Worship Service Times

Churches with multiple Sunday morning services will soon be in the majority. This trend, once more common with larger churches, is now taking hold in congregations of all sizes. The 11:00 am worship service is no longer the designated time for a majority of churches. The so-called sacred hour of worship is not sacred in […]

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ChurchInfluence.com 2.0 Church Trends

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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Top 7 Social Media Trends for Your Church in 2015

Here are seven landmark social media marketing trends I predict we’ll see in 2016: 1. In-the-moment updates will dominate. Social media is already “in-the-moment” by nature, but there are some posts that are more “in-the-moment” than others. 2. Buy buttons will take over. Facebook and Pinterest are just two of the platforms that gained attention […]

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3 Accelerating Trends in Local Churches Today

More multi-site and multi-venue churches. It does not seem that long ago that a multi-site church in America was a rare exception. Indeed, many viewed this approach with suspicion because they were uncertain about its efficacy or theological foundations. Today, the multi-site church seems commonplace and normative. The acceleration of the multi-site church is taking […]

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