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O primeiro e único Podcast sobre Revit do Brasil, com processos de trabalho, dicas de uso e alguma coisa a mais. Siga no Instagram: @revitcast Eu, Erick, gravo o Revitcast em todos os momentos em que tenho algum tempo livre para compartilhar conhecimentos, espero que aproveite e que agregue valor para você. Compartilhe! 🏆
 
Sales domination podcast for the new economy. Revenue Love is the brainchild of Jonathan Hinshaw, an industry expert and trusted mentor within the digital marketing and web agency community. Jonathan is an international business and sales expert who has crafted sales training programs for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, entrepreneurs and success-minded individuals.
 
The Revitalize the Total Woman Podcast empowers women in the corporate world, stay-at-home moms, new female entrepreneurs, and women in business thrive in every area of life - spiritual, financial, social, physical and mental health, and so much more. Podcast will feature quick empowerment messages, words of encouragement, interviews, entertainment, and the like.
 
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There will be times in a church revitalization or replant when you sense from God that it is time to leave. Mark and Thom discuss five steps pastors and other church staff should take to leave a church in a healthy manner. 1. Prayerfully make sure you have heard from God clearly about this call away from the church. 2. Decide who should be told and…
 
Kevin and Thom have been following the progress or lack of progress of revitalizing churches as they regather. After several months of regathering, these churches have six definitive trends. 1. Regathered worship attendance is about 20% lower. 2. A paradox of celebration and exhaustion is present among the members. 3. Lingering conflict over COVID …
 
There is often an intense pain when a church member comes to you with complaints about your spouse. Whether you are a pastor or any other person on ministry staff. Mark and Thom offer five responses you should make immediately. 1. Pray for calm and wisdom. 2. Let the church member know your spouse is someone you love dearly. You will defend them wi…
 
In this episode we catch up with Don and Natalie and get a small update on Erik Maloy, then dive into the topic of the episode. Churches have a reputation in their communities and many in the churches do not know what they are based on. Don and Natalie shed light from a book they read together by Mark MacDonald, Be Known for Something: Revitalizing…
 
Approximately 10,000 Boomers turn 65 every day. At some point, they will consider retirement. Mark and Thom looked at six reasons why leading a revitalizing church could be a good option in the retirement years. 1. Your experience is invaluable. 2. You could work part-time since many revitalizing churches can’t afford full-time pay. 3. You could go…
 
Many pastors face that defining moment where they feel like they can’t lead their church because a power broker in the church opposes their leadership at almost every juncture. Kevin and Thom offer some wise counsel on leading (or not) in such tough scenarios. How do power brokers get their power? Go back to Cracker Barrel. Seek common ground. Deci…
 
Chad McDonald came to Lenexa Baptist Church from Valley, Alabama where he served as Senior Pastor at First Baptist Church. He originally came to Lenexa to be the Campus Pastor at The Fellowship at Greenwood where he served for two years. He became the Senior Pastor Elect at the main campus in June of 2014. Here he shares why it is important for chu…
 
We have heard and read countless discussions on “worship wars” in the church. Most of these wars were really generational wars. Thom and Kevin look at five ways to address and deal with these wars. 1. Try to understand the true reasons behind the conflict. 2. Get representatives of the different generations talking to each other. 3. Show examples o…
 
Don and Natalie discuss the need for pastors and their wives to be transparent in their mental health as the discuss their own struggles after the recent suicide of Paige Hilken. Link on article of Paige Hilken Natalie's Blog New England Pastors Encouragement Dinner
 
Some church members have unreasonable expectations about when pastors and staff should be in the office. This concern has been exacerbated by COVID. Mark and Thom look at some strategic ways to respond. Listen to them. Recognize that many members deal with old paradigms. Let them know what ministry responsibilities take you out of the office. Be wi…
 
Almost every week, the team at Church Answers gets one or more questions about bylaws. For many church leaders, bylaws seem to be, at best, a necessary evil. Thom and Kevin look at this issue from a few different angles with the guarded conclusion that, yes, church leaders do need to examine their bylaws. You need to look at your bylaws to make cer…
 
It is one of the most difficult meetings a leader will have. The time has come to tell a team member that he or she is being let go. On today’s episode, Thom shares some insights to guide you through this process. Show the compassion of Christ. Remember you are dealing with a person, not a budgetary burden. They have hopes and dreams and families. …
 
This question seems to be more frequent since churches started regathering after the pandemic. Kevin and Thom answer the question with a “yes,” but the affirmative answer does have some caveats. Counting is scriptural . . . if it is done with the right motive. Counting helps us to know how to use our resources. Counting for competitive reasons is n…
 
In today’s age consumers know that businesses are influential and have the power to help to change and shape the world around us, and with 90 percent of the public wanting to hear businesses speak up about big social issues, it’s arguably time for companies to reassess their stance on this matter. Listen to find out what we mean by purpose and why …
 
Does a pastor have either a right or an obligation to address issues caused by a staff member’s spouse or children? Thom and Mark look at ways to navigate this tricky issue. 1. Discern the nature and the severity of the problem before talking to the staff member. 2. Don’t try to solve other church members’ interpersonal issues with the person. 3. L…
 
Want to generate a buzz around your product, increase sales and get your brand in-front of the right journalists and influencers? Listen to our guide and understand everything you need to know about launching your new product successfully. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be complicated or costly, but you need to create a…
 
Most church websites are seldom used and often neglected. Thom and Kevin discuss how a church’s website can be used for the Great Commission without much cost. A church’s website is the most common front door for guests. Non-members, including lost people, are much more likely to visit your website than church members. Non-members will visit your c…
 
Have you found yourself asking, how do I know if I should get an agency? Or how do I know if the agency is the right fit? It can be a daunting task, but choosing the right agency partner is crucial to the success of your business. Listen for insights and tips to help you pick the right partner for your next project. More resources Building on your …
 
Many church leaders in revitalizing churches bring someone on staff from within the congregation. Mark and Thom examine the reasons why this move can be problematic. Be sure to listen to episode #201 where they look at the opposite perspective, the reasons why you should hire from within. 1. Working with someone can bring out a totally different pe…
 
Trade and consumer shows continue to be great places to build a buzz and impress decision-makers. But if attending a show makes sense for your business, you need to make sure you approach it with a solid trade show strategy. Listen for tips about and how to maximise your attendance. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be com…
 
For many years, congregations have watched as their facilities become dated, costly, and less-used. Kevin and Thom discuss this issue and offer insights about churches that have seen their facilities become much more Kingdom-efficient. Do a thorough evaluation of your facility. Look at the community demographics and psychographics. Find ways to use…
 
Influencer marketing is the process of using external content creators, or influencers, to advocate and engage with your brand's message. We discuss the difference between macro and micro influencers, how it can help your brand, and how you can get started. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be complicated or costly, but yo…
 
Many church leaders in revitalizing churches bring someone on staff from within the congregation. Mark and Thom examine the reasons why this move can be positive. Be sure to listen to episode #203 where they look at the opposite perspective, the reasons why you should not hire from within. 1. You have had the opportunity to observe them and get to …
 
What is owned media? Find out why it is important to make sure that you use these channels, where to start and different ways to get the conversation going. Plus find out how to generate engagement when there is nothing new to say, wrapped up with some useful dos and don’ts. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be complicated…
 
Many churches of the past 50 years were able to keep the doors open with zero to minimal evangelistic intentionality. That is simply not the case today. Kevin and Thom examine five reasons why non-evangelistic churches will close. Cultural Christianity is almost dead. It is not a growth source for churches. The U.S. birthrate is its lowest ever. Wi…
 
Copywriting is one of the most vital elements of any and all forms of marketing and advertising. Tune in for top tips for creating the ultimate copy, plus we’re going to give you a simple breakdown on a formula that you can apply across the board. Remember everything about PR and communications comes down to good storytelling. More resources Buildi…
 
During the pandemic, many pastors and other church leaders became weary and frustrated. Mark and Thom respond to those leaders who are asking if it is okay to quit their churches. 1. Have you given this matter to prolonged prayer? 2. Is this a circumstantial frustration that may pass in time? 3. How does your spouse feel about your quitting? 4. Wha…
 
Find out why entering industry awards can help to promote your brand credibility, leverage opportunities and celebrate your colleagues for their hard work. Learn how to structure and write your entry so you can create killer content that will wow the judges. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be complicated or costly, but y…
 
A crisis left unmanaged could destroy your reputation. In this podcast, find out about crisis management, and more specifically, how to plan now to help protect your reputation when problems arise, with examples, expert advice and crisis tools. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be complicated or costly, but you need to cre…
 
Many churches call a pastor by congregational vote. Those churches have stipulations on the percentage needed to affirm a call. It is typically in the 60% to 80% range. Why do some votes to call a pastor result in a surprisingly low percentage? Kevin and Thom look at some of the possible reasons. 1. A current staff member wanted the job. 2. A frien…
 
Much has been written and spoken about how churches should function during the pandemic. Mark and Thom look at five unique issues for leadership during this critical period of regathering. 1. Leaders must encourage patience among the members. 2. Leaders must be voices of hope. 3. Leaders must be realistic. 4. Leaders must move the church outwardly.…
 
Media relations, at its core, is about storytelling. In this episode you will learn how to build a media relations strategy, how to build your network, work with and respond to the media, to drive positive coverage for your brand. More resources Building on your PR strategy doesn’t need to be complicated or costly, but you need to create and delive…
 
When a church member leaves, it is almost always painful for the pastor. The pain is exacerbated when the departing member offers one of these reasons. Kevin and Thom look at five sorry reasons people leave a church. 1. “I wasn’t getting fed.” 2. “The church does not have enough fun activities for my kids.” 3. “You didn’t visit me.” 4. “You didn’t …
 
Pastors Need Pastors Preaching into Their Lives Don discusses some observations he has seen and heard over the last several months and years and gives us reason if your area does not have a monthly meeting of this type, you need one. In those months Don briefly discusses how he has heard form veteran Pastors and even younger ones looking to connect…
 
The virtual church was a hot topic during the pandemic. Now, as the church begins to regather, what are some major considerations to evaluate? Mark and Thom report on the ways they are guiding church leaders in this area. 1. The virtual mission field is a real mission field. 2. Prayer ministries in the virtual world have great stickiness. 3. Don’t …
 
Though it’s only two years away, churches in America will look significantly different than they do today. The pandemic accelerated trends that were already in place. Kevin and Thom look at some future realities just around the corner. 1. Non-evangelistic churches will decline rapidly and die. The transfer growth is just not there. 2. Worship gathe…
 
Mark and Thom delve into the issue of changing your church’s name. They suggest asking five questions. Too many church leaders have made big mistakes by not asking these questions: 1. Is there a compelling reason to change the name? 2. Is the reason for changing the name more positive than negative? 3. Have I asked the opinion of key influencers in…
 
We're looking at why every successful company needs to have an internal communications strategy in place. We're going to look at what's an internal communication strategy is, why it arguably it's even more important than your external communications, some of the pitfalls of not having one in place, and then of course, some top tips for you that you…
 
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