10 Weeks Until Easter: What’s Your Church Doing?

Christmas is over. Mother’s Day is still a little ways off. But there is a buzz going around the church office. Easter must be soon. Ten Sundays between now and Easter weekend, to be exact.

Easter is the highest attended weekend of the year for churches. We have a unique opportunity to reach those we normally wouldn’t reach with the very best news (ever!). What is your church doing to celebrate Easter and Lent? We would love ...

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Responsive Design is Responsible Design

This society is on the verge of becoming completely… as in 100%… mobile. Sales of smartphones and tablets have overtaken desktop sales. Mobile internet usage is expected to eclipse desktop usage as early as next year.

So our question to you is… Is your website responsive?
If your answer is yes, then congratulations and we’ll see you at our next blog post.
If your answer is no, then this is a great time for an “upgrade” on ...

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How to Create a Facebook Page

Web Faith Media Facebook PageHaving a presence on Facebook is an incredibly easy way for a Christian ministry, church, or movement to accelerate it’s reach. Not to be confused with a personal profile page, a Facebook page/fan page can serve as a great connection point, allowing you to engage with a greater number of people on a daily basis. These two videos ...

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The 12 Essentials of Church Communications

This is a guest post by Tim Peters from Sayge Communications

The church is the hope of the world. As church leaders we have the responsibility of communicating the greatest message known to mankind; the only message capable of changing a person’s entire eternity.

The weight of that responsibility is both profound and incredible. It moves us to action and demands that we communicate it well.

Yet oftentimes, churches have a difficult time ...

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How Churches Use Social Media

Web Faith Media came across the info-graphic below on Mashable the other day, and I thought you’d like to see it. Created by Buzzplant, the infographic examines how churches are using social media. Take a look at the graphic and compare its findings to the usage patterns of your own church — do you feel like you’re on par, ahead of the curve, or lagging behind (purposefully or otherwise)? Whatever the case, the findings are pretty interesting.

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Church Website Audience

… targetting your church website

Aiming at two groups of people
The most successful church websites are those designed with their target audience clearly in mind. Your target audience is simply those people who you hope to attract to your site. Good church websites are hard to create because they must reach two target audiences, not just one. The key to ensuring that your website works well is to design according to the different needs of these ...

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Where To Start

Welcome to Web Faith Media. If you’re interested in learning how to build a better web presence for your congregation, you’ve come to the right place. I’m Brother Euclid Herbert, and my not-so-secret passion is helping religious communities of all stripes leverage the Web.

So many congregations are intimidated by the Web. It’s understandable. Few have the resources of e-commerce, many of our leaders grew up long before the Web was a twinkle in Continue Reading ?

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Welcome to Web Faith Media. If you’re interested in learning how to build a better web presence for your congregation, you’ve come to the right place. I’m Brother Euclid Herbert, and my not-so-secret passion is helping religious communities of all stripes leverage the Web.

So many congregations are intimidated by the Web. It’s understandable. Few have the ...

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