Ministry Spotlight: Samaritan’s Purse was last modified: November 14th, 2017 by Liz Jamar
Use these tips to effectively broadcast your sermon on the radio.
Nonprofits can use Periscope as a marketing tool to engage viewers unable to attend events in person.
A simple way to make it through the initial stages of event planning is to break it down into what, when and where.
We celebrate the birth of our Lord in December, and it is always a festive season.
Some may find the idea of church volunteering to be an oxymoron.
Some pastors may find the idea of budgeting to be discomforting.
Pastors, being the leaders of the ministry, are often inundated with a large number of tasks to get done on a regular basis.
Practicing proper volunteer management will help ensure your ministry gets what’s needed from volunteers.
As you well know, not all donors are going to make a substantial contribution to your ministry.
Volunteers don’t usually just show up at your door. You have to seek them out.
The tools nonprofits use to handle donors and volunteers are some of the most important parts of the managerial side of the organization.
Every nonprofit has to get the word out about its programs and purpose. That, however, can be hard to do. In general, nonprofit professionals aren’t marketing whizzes.
Dedicated donors that give both large sums and small are highly-important to your ministry’s success.
Multiple times a year your ministry will likely put together some kind of event to help fund its programs or raise funds for the needy.