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Welcoming Guests and First Impressions

The sermon starts in the parking lot, and the impression you make for your guests on Sunday morning during the first 10 minutes will be indelible.

Technology and The Church

Leveraging technology for ministry can be an incredible blessing. But it can also be fraught with problems and pitfalls. Learn how to use technology well.

Vision and Leadership

Our God longs for leaders to request of Him to do that which they cannot. Faith filled vision, leadership and risk are key ingredients for ministry.

Preaching and Communication

You know and understand how challenging it is to communicate. It is hard to get and capture people's attention. Learn how to communicate effectively.

Creativity and Innovation

Being creative means asking the right questions and making new associations. Discover new and creative ideas for your ministry.

How Often Should Your Ministry Communicate?


Perhaps as you plan around all your communication channels, your ministry and organization are constantly asking - to what frequency should we be communicating? Of course, the right answer for your organization depends on many factors, your audience, the relationship you have with the people, their expectations, etc...

Yet perhaps you need some averages to use as benchmarks and to start the discussion? Here are the most popular communications frequencies, according to the 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report.

Twitter Updates: Multiple times a day

Facebook Updates: At least once a day

Email Appeals: Quarterly

Email Newsletters: Monthly

Direct Mail Appeals: Twice a Year

Direct Mail Newsletters: Quarterly, assuming you send one. A third of nonprofits won’t send one at all.


(ht: Kivi's Nonprofit Communication Guide)