Evangelism Marketing Today

Church is Fundamentally a Social Experience

Seventh-day Adventists put a lot of emphasis on Bible truth in our evangelistic efforts. That’s important, but that’s not everything. If our goal is active membership in a local Seventh-day Adventist Church, then it’s not just about belief. It’s also about relationships. Something that Seventh-day ...
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10 Ways to Add Value as a Board Member

It was my third meeting as a new member of the Oregon Conference Executive Committee. A serious matter was brought to us, one that would have lasting consequences for a pastor’s career. After extended discussion, it was clear some committee members felt rushed to make ...
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AttendanceTracker Software Demonstration

The essential tool for your team hosting evangelistic events. The AttendanceTracker module seamlessly integrates into InterestTracker, building on the software’s most popular features like tags and interactions. Plus, it offers access to customizable reports, making it an essential tool for your team hosting events. We ...
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Evangelistic Preaching: Preaching for Decisions and Life Change – with Special Guest, David Klinedinst

Some believe that evangelistic sermons are different from the preaching you do at your weekly worship service, because the purpose is different. But evangelist David Klinedinst believes that while the audience may be different, the purpose is the same: to point people to Jesus, connect ...
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6 Content Options for Your Next Evangelistic Event

Evangelistic meetings take a lot of work, and while SermonView will handle the marketing, there are things we can’t do for you. The biggest? Preaching the series, of course. Because social interaction and community integration is one of the core purposes of a reaping series, ...
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The Science of Evangelism: How to Use Cognitive Dissonance to Encourage Change in Belief and Behavior

I grew up in a home where we were aware of the speed limit, and ignored it entirely. I don’t know if it’s a genetic defect in my family, or the socialization growing up, but my parents do not drive the speed limit. I was ...
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Effective Church Websites: How to Turn Your Church Website into a Powerful Evangelistic Tool

A couple of months ago, my daughter and I visited a college in Tennessee. She’s a high school junior and worship leader at our church, so we like to get out and visit other churches whenever we can and experience other church cultures. On this ...
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Turning Leads into Connections: How to Build Lasting Relationships with Your Bible Study Leads 

Overview With InterestGenerator you get to meet new people from your area every month and build connections with those who are ready to study the Bible, guaranteed. It’s a simple and easy way to grow your interest list. But how you approach and interact with ...
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Huge wins for Jesus in Oregon

Last month, SermonView had the pleasure of helping with a conference-wide coordinated start event in our very own Oregon Conference. When word got out to the pastors about the upcoming event, 40 churches reached out to us for help with their marketing campaigns. Utilizing the ...
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Dealing with Discouragement: When Evangelism Doesn’t “Work”

Overview You paid thousands of dollars for an evangelism marketing campaign and got dozens of pre-registrations for your meetings. But on opening night, most are no-shows. All that effort, little to show for it. Does this discourage you? How do you deal with it? In ...
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A Christmas Letter from Our Founder

Larry Witzel, Founder & President This year really took a toll on my soul. Before I get to that, a couple things. First, thank you for your continued support of SermonView. It means more than you’ll ever know. Second, I’m amazed at how the SermonView ...
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5 Questions Your Church Website Must Answer

Over 50% of church attendees say that a church’s website is important in picking that church for a visit. If your website is the online welcome mat for the community, it’s not enough to simply have a website for your church. It needs to speak ...
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