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How to Update your Church Logo: A 10-Point Guide to Walk you through the Creative Process

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Most pastors and church leaders don’t think in terms of “branding” or “marketing”. They’re understandably suspicious of methodology that tells you to run your church like a business. They worry that their appeals to the community will start to sound like sales pitches. And realistically, they understand that they will never be able to compete with the the newest strategies and technologies of Hollywood or the marketing industry. Those are legitimate concerns. But the hard reality is that you don’t get to decide whether or not your church has a brand. It already does.

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Everyday Evangelism: How God Uses your Work and your Home as Platforms for Gospel Witness

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There is a lot that we can learn from Paul’s life and ministry, but sometimes, it’s a little difficult for us to relate to Paul. Most of us are not traveling hundreds of miles on missionary journeys. Most of us are not spending the majority of our week starting church and telling people about Christ. We live in one place. We have jobs. We have families. We have bills to pay, cars to maintain, and yards to mow. We have family and work obligations. So what does Paul have to teach us about everyday evangelism? What does he have to teach about living normal life on mission? That’s a great question. And Acts 18 gives us the answer.

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Using Church Connection Cards Effectively: A Super Simple 4-Step Plan for Following Up on First-Time Guests

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How do we get first-time guests to come back again? There are a lot of creative solutions to this problem (some of which we’ll mention in this post). But they all boil down to one big answer: you need to make a connection with that first-time guest. Sometimes, this connection happens before the service with your welcome team or members of your church family. Sometimes, this connection happens during the service through the worship or preaching. But most often, this happens through intentional and personal follow-up after the service is over.

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Faithful Gospel Witness is Difficult: Here are 3 Steps to Take in Seasons of Discouragement

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God has given us the mission of reaching the world with the gospel. But this mission is not without its disappointments. At times, you will get discouraged. Maybe because you poured your heart out to someone who refused to listen. Or maybe because you were so caught up with yourself that you didn’t even see them. If you’ve ever felt this discouragement in the task of evangelism, you are not alone. Even the Apostle Paul went through low points like this. So what happens when Paul reaches his low point? God meets him there. This is what God does. For all of us. He meets us at our lowest points and gives us exactly what we need. Listen closely to God’s encouragement to Paul. It may just be the encouragement you need to hear.

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Church Spotlight: Food Truck Sunday (Southridge Church)

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This week, we have a great interview with Pastor Micaiah Irmler, the lead pastor at Southridge Church in San Jose. He’s going to tell us about an event that they put on each year in their community: Food Truck Sunday. It’s an idea that you may want to use at your own church. But even if you don’t, there’s a lot to learn from this conversation. Because Pastor Micaiah is also going to tell us how they engage visitors at these events and follow-up with them when its over. These are things that you can apply to any event at your church.

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