About 2000 years ago, Jesus left His followers with the command to go and tell the world about Him. Ever since that moment, the message of the gospel has traversed the Earth in almost every way you can imagine!
It goes without saying that every church or ministry is seeking to establish their presence online. After all, what would be the point of having a website if you were not looking for more engagement from it.
But what is tragically sad, is the fact that so many church and ministry websites don’t seem to move past delivering the events calendar and various media elements they have placed online. “the university Student who lends a hand, isn’t that enough?” No! The reason is, if you are not actively pushing these elements to all mainstream social networking sites, your presence will not grow?
The Content Struggle
When it comes to growing your online ministry, one of the areas that seems to get overlooked the most is in providing and delivering engaging articles that provide answers to questions that many people are going through in life today.
This is where people within your congregation or ministry can play a huge part in helping to deliver this type of content.
Heard It Through the Grapevine?
How many people have you seen posting short novels in their what-apps groups? So why not have those people put their thoughts together and place it in a well thought out article. Seriously, it is just that simple! You should make it so everyone will want to provide your ministry or church website with content. Think about how many teens you have in your church or ministry.
How many of them have cell phones and are taking selfies and live video’s at rates like never before. What is it? It’s content. We have seen churches utilise Facebook Live to make mock music video’s with various members of their congregation. And it’s still Gains Attention!
Keep your content fresh and growing your online ministry will fall into place and begin sprouting and growing into something unique and beautiful.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in