Evangelism Marketing Today

Webinar: Attendance Tracking for Online Evangelistic Meetings

In this webinar, SermonView's Vince Williams and Larry Witzel share a suite of evangelism technology available for churches to pre-register guests, track attendance with automated check-in, and interact with guests during a live stream. Helpful links mentioned in the webinar: Forecasting Hope - Online NET-style ...
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Webinar: Online Evangelism in an Age of Social Distancing

Interest in Bible prophecy may be the highest in a generation. Google searches for "Second Coming" have recently spiked to the highest in over a decade. How do we respond to this unprecedented interest, when public meetings are restricted? What are the technologies available for ...
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Why to Use Zoom for Online Evangelism (and not Facebook Live)

We’re in a series about the Seven Building Blocks of Evangelism, and this week’s building block is Delivery. By this, I mean the channel used to deliver the content to your audience. Historically, this primarily has been through public meetings at the church and in-home ...
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Reducing Friction to Help Drive Decisions

We’ve all experienced marketing friction. At some point it has impacted each of us from following through, or making a decision. Friction is any barrier to someone taking the action you want them to take. It could be an emotional barrier (“I don’t trust you”), ...
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Innovating Evangelistic Content

When it comes to the Seven Building Blocks of Evangelism, the one that historically has had the most ongoing innovation is Content. Evangelists and pastors routinely create new sermon series and Bible study guides that are more relevant to each new generation and various cultural ...
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Creating a Compelling Offer

In the last article in this series on marketing principles, I discussed the Sales Funnel, which is a tool for breaking down a big, high-friction decision into smaller, low-friction steps. We then applied these principles to show an Evangelism Funnel. But how do we get ...
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Online Evangelistic Meetings: A Conversation with Myckal Morehouse

In April 2020, the Stone Tower Seventh-day Adventist Church in Portland, Ore., was scheduled to hold evangelistic meetings. Two weeks before opening night, the governor issued a stay-at-home order and banned religious meetings over ten people. Pastor Myckal Morehouse shared what he learned as they ...
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The Evangelism Funnel

As evangelists, our goal is to help people with no connection to our church become baptized members who are fully engaged in the life of the church. In a sense, we are “selling” membership. The cost is not in money, but in time and mental ...
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Innovating the Building Blocks of Evangelism

The era of social distancing and forced church closures has led to a burst of innovation in Seventh-day Adventist ministry that hasn’t been seen for decades. Being forced to move worship services, children’s ministry, and Bible studies to online and distance learning platforms has required ...
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Seize This Fall for Evangelism

Seize This Fall for Evangelism Interest in Bible prophecy may be the highest it’s been in a generation. Search terms for End Times, Book of Revelation, and End of the World have reached recent highs, while searches for the term Second Coming have spiked to ...
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