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"The ability to build rapport and trust is a critical success skill in leadership. This is obvious if you are an au»
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Relating Hebrew Poetry to a Visual Audience Have you ever wondered why many Christians today have a hard time relating to the Old Testament? Its pages are filled with exquisite poetry, and yet a growing majority of Bible readers overlook its wisdom because the truths of the New Testament seem more “practical” and “easier to grasp.” But why is this? The answer: we’re a visual culture. We immediately relate to the New Testament because i»
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  Let’s be frank, social media is easy. It doesn’t take much technical expertise or industry know-how to publish a tweet. In fact, according to research conducted by the Pew Research Internet Project, about 74% of online adults use social media. It isn’t likely many of them are rocket scientists. The majority understands the media part just fine, but what is their message? Take a quick look at your Twitter, Google Plus, or Linkedin feed fo»
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Begin to segment your audience into categories so that you can gather church content geared towards a specific audience. For example, if you are targeting non-church members then you will tailor a social media post differently than if you are targeting church members. Most churches say they are focusing on members and non-members but their messages are always catered to members only, wasting a great opportunity to reach millions of other social n»
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  The three letters at the beginning of most web addresses stand for World Wide Web. However, a lot of people managing their own blogs seem to have forgotten that and often close their eyes to the International Internet. Be it for business or for personal use, there is a whole world out there just waiting to visit your blog. English is one of the most spoken languages throughout the entire globe, so it doesn’t matter if you can’t speak Chine»
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Do not be afraid to utilize older design themes and imagery from historical churches to resonate with today’s audiences. There is currently a design theme that utilizes vintage art themes to remind people of “better times”. We often reminisce of the good old days, and how that time was somehow better (despite not having today’s technology). Churches can utilize this to remind visitors of a simpler time and find a unique way to present the»
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CINCINNATI, Ohio, Oct. 22, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ – Christian recording artist Holly Spears is pleased to announce the release of her latest project, AUDIENCE OF ONE, which is available today at all digital retailers including iTunes and The 5-song EP from Girl on a Mission Music is the follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut album HEARTACHE TO []The post Holly Spears releases “Audience of One” appeared first on MIC ER»
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Each place I’m asked to speak, the first question I ask is, “Who’s my audience?” Each week when I plan worship with our worship pastor, we talk about the people we’re expecting to show up and we ALWAYS think of lost people. We are super aware that lost people attend our services. We base a lot of our philosophy and practice off of books and resources like Andy Stanley’s Deep and Wide. We are ever-mindful of people far from God and try»
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.— The world’s largest tour (first quarter) for the third consecutive year, the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, concluded earlier this spring with one of its most significant milestones to date: more than 178,500 people responded to the Gospel during The post Winter Jam Audiences “Reset” With Nick Hall appeared first on