Church Marketing Training Class


 

2 Timothy 4:1-2 says I can't impress this upon you too strongly.  God is looking over your shoulder.  Christ Himself is the Judge, with the final say on everything, living and dead.  He is about to break into the open with His rule, so proclaim the Message with intensity; keep on your watch.  Challenge, warn and urge your people.  Don't ever quit.  Just keep it simple.  MSG

That is the approach we have taken to teaching church Marketing.  The following sessions are meant to challenge, warn and urge you on in your efforts to reach giving you practical solutions to simple problems that lock you out from reaching more people. 


Title: Series
 

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Marketing Research Report
the Etowah Project
 

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Session 15:
Going Contemporary
 


Session 14:
Initiative
 


Session 13:
Control
 


Session 12:
Don't You Know What You Got?
 


Session 11:
Excuses
 


Session 10:
Our Biggest Mistake
 


Session 9:
Problems with People
 


Session 8:
Communications
 


Session 7:
Rules Vs Relationship
 


Session 6:
The Foundation of Growth
 


Session 5:
Tearing Down Strongholds
 


Session 4:
History: Why You Do What You Do
 


Session 3:
Making People Feel Welcome
 


Session 2:
Mission & Vision Statement
 


Session 1:
Getting Started
 


Radio Interview:
Dealing with False Teaching
 

   

 

 

 

 

 

Why Use Netminister?

Because we not only talk about reaching more people for Christ, we do something about it.  We contribute to our local church, providing monies directly to the Cooperative Program - that helps missionaries out in the field with support.  That is not enough, we corporately support missionaries beyond just our contributions to the CP, by sponsoring a family directly.  Does your website company do that?  Might want to ask them.  And if they aren't, should your church really be supporting them?  So supporting Netminister is really supporting outreach and missions for people around the world. 

 

 

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