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Listening to feedback can be surprisingly powerful.
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How can you use your social media accounts to glorify God and grow the Kingdom?
Frame what people need to know in the context of what people want to know.
I was so excited about the potential we had to restore a historic, established church, but my calendar wouldn’t hold anymore and my mind was exploding.
I thought it would be helpful to learn why many of them value Monday as their key day for sermon preparation.
Instead of relying on a weekly bulletin or a brief two-minute announcement time in the service, consider using an email newsletter to more effectively communicate with guests and members.