God’s heart will always beat for people who feel far from him. He longs for every lost soul to hear and know how much they are loved by their heavenly father. Because of this love God sent his own son to share good news, that every searching soul can be reconnected to God;
In today’s digitally driven world, one of the major key success factors for churches is having a strong online presence. With COVID-19 causing many churches to transition fully to online, many pastors and church leaders are looking for answers on how to keep online church visitors engaged. It can be challenging for churches to navigate keeping online users active throughout the week and feeling connected to the church.
Are you looking to reach new people and grow your congregation? Maybe you’re a new church with aggressive growth goals or perhaps your church has hit a plateau when it comes to growth and doesn’t know how to move forward. Having an engaging website with a strong multi-channel online presence is a great strategy for drawing in new people and reconnecting with past visitors who may have drifted away from the church.
The following post was written to compare and contrast the key points of four prominent books written about millennials and the Church. The four books are listed below:
The Millennials: Connecting to America’s Largest Generation, by Thom S. Rainer & Jess W. Rainer
The New Copernicans: Millennials and the Survival of the Church,