How would you like to double the amount of members you can currently contact? Let’s be honest, like most churches you probably have no way of directly reaching over half of the people in the pews, once they walk out the door on Sundays. And you may have no way to reach them if they… Read More

Apps are changing our world in really neat ways. But the truth is that text messaging and email are still the No. 1 ways to connect with your members. Apps tend to only engage the folks in your church who are already very engaged. The barrier of having to download an app will keep the… Read More

Sometimes improving church attendance can seem like a pie in the sky idea. Most churches do a pretty good job of counting who walks through the door on Sunday, but sometimes it’s a little more difficult to decipher what’s actually going to keep them coming back. Many churches we speak too are interested in building… Read More

We hear from many churches: “We have an older demographic who doesn’t text or email” or “We already have the bulletin, so we don’t need that other stuff.” We understand. For many, technology doesn’t come easy or simply isn’t affordable. Here’s the thing: Flocknote works great even under those circumstances. There are three BIG reasons Flocknote… Read More

Wondering what the best ways are to “get the message out” to your church members? Here are some of the most common methods…and how effective they typically are. I’m leaving off snail-mail, personal phone calls and robo-calls. When communicating with large groups, these are generally either not cost-effective, not time-efficient, annoying or increasingly not read/listened… Read More

When you think about “communications,” are you forgetting one of the most important things required for good communication? Unfortunately, it’s a very common mistake made by many organizations and often one of the key reasons they are unsuccessful with their communications strategy. They are so focused on just “getting their message out” that they forget… Read More