Nurseries are great resources for congregations to have, but caregivers sometimes need to get in touch with parents attending the service. With a reliable SMS service in place, nursery workers can alert parents when their children need immediate attention, and parents can have the peace of mind they need when they are present for a… Read More »

Pastors and ministry leaders are always looking for ways to improve church communication. What are the best ways to get info out to your congregation? How can you keep everyone in the know? What can you do to make sure everyone has all the info they need? Here are 3 quick tips! Improve church communication… Read More »

How do you get info out to your church members? A newsletter? Email? A phone chain? What about church text alerts? Let’s face it- texting is often the best way to get in touch with people these days. Young people do it, middle-aged people do it, and even many of the older crowd do it!… Read More »

Are you tired of hearing parents and church congregation members say they never receive your messages? Despite your best efforts to send out regular communications, your messages are still going unnoticed. Or worse, your messages aren’t being delivered at all. While this is an all too common complaint from many schools, teams, organizations, and churches,… Read More »

“Outside of the cross of Jesus Christ, there is no hope in this world. That cross and resurrection at the core of the Gospel is the only hope for humanity.” –Ravi Zacharias “The best news of the Christian gospel is that the supremely glorious Creator of the universe has acted in Jesus Christ’s death and… Read More »

Continuing from a previous blog post, after a long hiatus, here are Scripture verses from days 31-45 on the reading plan.  You can send out these verses as daily words of encouragement, or you can use them to help encourage your group to read the Bible in a year. Day 31: “The Lord is my… Read More »

College-age gatherings. Youth groups. Music ministries. Sunday school classes. Home Bible studies. Staff meetings. Churches really do have a lot going on! How is it possible to keep everything coordinated and make sure everyone is up to date with dates, schedules, details? Here are some ideas of things you can do to keep church ministries… Read More »

Many churches have a problem. They need an efficient way to communicate with their members. Mail can be too slow. Email inboxes get so cluttered that people don’t read their messages. Not everyone has a social media account, and those that do have one don’t read every post that shows up on their feed. This… Read More »

We know that many of our customers use text alerts to improve communication within their churches.  One challenge many churches face is getting middle school and high school students involved and engaged in the group.  Some youth leaders are completely lost—“How do I relate to these kids?  I haven’t been their age in 10+ years!”—and… Read More »

If you asked a random person on the street, “What does Easter mean to you?” – you might get a lot of different kinds of answers! “Easter is a time for family.” “Easter is the one day a year I go to church.” “Easter is about eggs and candy!” These and dozens of other perspectives… Read More »

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