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If you’ve tried to find church software lately — presentation, AV programs, financial and member management, etc — you know that it’s hard to nail down exactly what you want. Some softwares are incredibly bloated. They include a ton of features and program options that you don’t now — nor will ever — actually need.
Two months have passed since I started this Bible blog project, and there’s been a TON of work put into it so far. Some of my results aren’t what I expected, whereas others are blowing it out of the water. Since I have long-term plans for this site (beyond just this one year), I’m super
If I had my way, every preacher would also be a writer. Some of that is because of purely selfish reasons. I think most of our brethren have amazing content that deserves to be read, and nowhere will it achieve a wider audience than online. (I guess that means some preachers could also do videos
I get it: Facebook ads are intimidating. Several years ago (think 2015), you could log on to Facebook, set up a $5 per day budget, pick a few random interests to target (including religion), and you were *almost* guaranteed to get results. Those days are gone. Long gone, as a matter of fact. In order
If you’ve never heard of NaNoWriMo, it stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s basically an informal “holiday” of sorts that was started around 25 years ago by a bunch of budding authors that were each challenged to write 50,000 words (usually as part of a novel) in the month of November. Since the average
If you remember, at the beginning of October I started a bold project: Get a brand new website to 20,000 visitors a month in one year. That number wasn’t by accident; statistically, most small business websites fail to even reach out 1,000 views a month, so 20,000 is a challenge. To be fair though, my