The Ultimate Guide to Using TikTok for Churches

TikTok for Churches
While steady social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram remain powerful, TikTok, continues to grow in influence. If you haven’t heard of TikTok, it is an app that features short, impactful videos that are 10-60 seconds long. For churches looking to engage younger audiences, TikTok is the perfect platform to reach them.

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8 Great Fall Advertising Campaign Ideas for Churches

As summer comes to a close, families begin new routines with the start of school. During the fall season families figure out sports schedules, pick-up times, and engage in new activities. It’s the perfect time to invite people to church with a fall advertising campaign. 
As people spend more and more time online,

How Facebook META Impacts Churches

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday at his company’s annual Connect conference that its new name will be Meta. “We are a company that builds technology to connect,” Zuckerberg said. “Together, we can finally put people at the center of our technology. And together, we can unlock a massively bigger creator economy.”

“To reflect who we are and what we hope to build,” he added.

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Church Invitation Cards are Obsolete

Have you ever picked up church invitation cards from the lobby or parking lot of your church? Or maybe you wonder if the dollars you invest in the labor-intensive process of design, print, and distribution of your church invitation cards are even translating into visitors. 
For many years, churches have passed out printed invitation cards in hopes of members finding the right opportunity to pass that card along.

Christmas and Easter aren’t the Only Times to Invite Loved Ones to Church.

Inviting people to church can be awkward and uncomfortable. 

Most people have their stigmas and cultural ideals about church and religion. Sometimes this can make it challenging to invite someone to church. You may not know what to say. You don’t want them to feel uncomfortable. 
It can be challenging to navigate cultural or social predispositions to ask someone to be a part of the experience you love each week.