Don’t depend on your church bulletin to make your upcoming announcements

Today’s focus: One of the challenges every church staffer faces; how to promote (advertise), or make an announcement about an upcoming event, class or service so that people will take interest and attend.  

Answer: Cross promotion. “Some” people will listen your verbal announcements, “Some” will read the bulletin or newsletter, “Some” will go to your Facebook page, “Some” will see it in a Tweet, “Some” will see it on your website, ” Some” will expect an email, “Some” will see it on a wall poster or sign.  As professionals in the “communication” industry, we recommend you use all of the methods, and any others you can think of to “spread the word”.

Any search engine can produce thousands of blogsites quoting (unresearched and unconfirmed) numbers on exactly how many marketing messages Americans receive each day. My Google search netted the answer to be from 700 to 5,000. But really, does it matter exactly how many? What we need to understand is that our message (promotion or advertisment) of an upcoming event, program, class, service, gathering or anything else that invites or encourages participation and involvement must span all mediums. Today, regardless of age, sex, language or membership, people get their information in multiple ways, and the printed church bulletin WILL NOT reach the masses.

Consider that the majority of people over the age of 70 (yes, there are exceptions, but we’re talking majority here) still respond to the written invitation; as in the bulletin or newsletter whether handed out at church or recieved through the mail.

The majority of students in Middle School use fast-past social media such as instagraham, snap chat or Twitter.

Most adults, with children check email more than three times a week, and those who are in professional careers usually check email multiple times of the day. This demographic is also very active on facebook and Pinterest, Pinterest having more of a female following than male.

For these reasons, using a single source for communications, (as has been the norm for hundereds of years from back with public notices and signs were printed and hung in the square to newspaper blurbs) has become archaic.

Bottom Line: Use multi-media sources to advertise and watch interest attendance grow.

Bev
Displayit At Church
Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

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People who have integrity, know it. The question is, if you don’t have it, do you know it?

Integrity, or lack of, used to show in panic situations. You know, like when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and tourist who were stuck in a closed-up store left cash for the food they ate for three days while in the uninhabited city. This is in contrast to the video of the New Orleans police office loading up a shopping cart and pushing it out the front door of the post-Katrina ghost-town WalMart. It seems to me, that nowadays, lack of integrity shows in every day interaction and not just panic times. It’s the age-old tug-a-war of good vs evil, and is simple as hacking emails, cheating on taxes and passing by a homeless person. I believe most of us with integrity know we have it, we fight to keep it, we pray that we never loose it. But the question is, does a person who lacks integrity even know they do, or is it just business as usual?

Do you have integrity? Is this you?

1.  It’s all about you. You hurt other people including those you love the most, because everything is always ALL ABOUT YOU.  And, you don’t care. “They’ll get over it” or “I know what’s best”, or “I do what I do because it’s what I do”.

2. Your self esteem hinges on the opinion of others. You lie or steal, exaggerate and simplify all truths and facts in order to say what others want to hear, and you don’t care if there’s no basis for it.

3. You’re hiding things. Even those closest to you don’t know everything, and you want it that way.  If you were to die today, your secrets may (or may not) reveal themselves for years.

4.  You fail to do what you said you were going to do. It’s really about faith and trust.  Can others trust YOU with their secrets, family, money, relationship? Can others have faith in  you to do what you said, even what you PROMISED, or are the words “promise and vow” just transition words to you, to end the conversation.

5.  You compromise just a little too often. People with integrity understand right from wrong.  Compromise is good when it’s the meeting half-way of two ideas.  But when a compromise leads to “wrong”, integrity is compromised.

Bev Manson

Displayitatchurch.com caters to the display and signage needs of churches. Join the Displayit at Church Email Mailing list for thoughts and ideas for creative ministry. Our monthly email is our chosen vehicle for providing discounts, special pricing and product information for leaders on the front lines of ministry.

Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church where she discovered her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone. She began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry, and as the church grew, became focused on the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!  Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.

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National Back to Church Sunday is September 20, 2015

Every church accepts that worship attendance is cyclical, even if they report “average” attendance to level out the numbers. A few years ago, researchers asked Pastors to track attendance and report the four highest attended services of the year. 93% said Easter Sunday has the highest attendance, followed by Christmas (84%), and Mother’s Day at 59%. The 4th highest attendance is on a day they call “other”.

I call “other” Resolution Sunday, and it happens twice a year, first on the Sunday following New Years (“My New Year’s Resolution is to go back to church”) AND this “other” oft forgotten Sunday, the Sunday before the first day of School, which always shows a spike in attendance, especially in Children’s Ministry. I attribute this rise to parents making their “Back To Church Resolutions”. Rants like “We’re going to sit down together for dinner starting tomorrow” to the ever popular “This family is getting back into the routine of going to Church and it starts RIGHT NOW!” can be heard in homes across America just before “Back to School”.

Churches, be prepared! The “Resolutionaries” are coming, and you’ve got somewhere between Two and three weeks to prepare. VBS is over, it’s time to clean up the summer supplies, recruit and train more greeters and promote your upcoming Fall programming.

1.) Be prepared for visitors. Put yourself in their shoes. Nothing is familiar to them. Do a test run as a first-timer or ask a non-church-member to test it out.

2.) Consider every negative that might thwart a return visit. Start in the parking lot and make your way back to the janitor’s closet.  What needs to be fixed, removed, reworked or dealt with, then deal with it.

3.) Schedule and station your best greeters at every entry. Put a family of greeters at the Children/Nursery entry to greet families and vivacious teens at the youth entry. The obvious “WELCOME” will be in place, but the subliminal is that the visitor knows you were expecting them and glad they’re there.

4.) Don’t forget the importance of signage. Fellowshipone.com says “The first-time visitor check-in area needs to have a sign so big that blind people feel its presence. It should shout “FIRST TIME GUESTS – CHILDREN’S REGISTRATION”. Why be subtle here? The first time visitor desk should be stationed directly below that sign.” 

5.) Don’t be budget conscious on the hospitality this week.  If you’re church serves coffee, make sure it’s good coffee, hot and in nice cups.  Put sugar packets in something cute or fancy (not in a styrofoam cup) and maybe spring for real half and half.

6.) Warn and remind your congregation that visitors are coming, and that it’s the purpose and responsibility of the entire congregation to be experts in hospitality, not just the greeters and ushers.  You love your God and your church.  Let is show.

Displayitatchurch.com caters to the display and signage needs of churches. Get Ready, Get set, GO all out for your visitors! Use those big signs to communicate, promote and give directions.
Bev Manson

Join the Displayit at Church Email Mailing list for thoughts and ideas for creative ministry. Our monthly email is our chosen vehicle for providing discounts, special pricing and product information for leaders on the front lines of ministry.

Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church where she discovered her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone. She began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry, and as the church grew, became focused on the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!  Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.

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Quickie “Create a Genuine Welcome” Checklist

Basic hospitality seems simple enough, but it’s the psychology of it that gets tricky when churches use a hit-or-miss/hodgepodge plan (no plan at all!) for welcoming visitors. For example: Are you supplying self-serve coffee to everyone, or is the Welcome Team serving the coffee and making extra efforts to welcome guests? Here’s where the psychology comes in. If coffee is self-serve and unattended, the underlying message may come across as “You’re on your own; we’re taking care of our own.”

Be intentional and create the WELCOME that fits your church.

The first questions:
1. Does your church REALLY want and welcome new people?
2. Are your “regulars” invested in the importance of creating a genuine welcome?
3. Do you know the difference in creating a warm welcome and creating hospitality? (A welcome is evident from before guests arrive until after they leave. Hospitality is more basic and is usually starts and ends in a greeting area near the front door.)

The Genuine Welcome Checklist

Ensure your church has:

1) Words of welcome and an invitation to visit your website.

2) Good signage outdoors – Signage that communicates the welcome as well as your website address. This allows the community to know about your church before they arrive. Sidewalk and parking lot signs help visitors negotiate the campus, designate guest parking, and find entrances.

3) Good signage indoors – Signs that direct visitors to the nursery, the bathroom, the meeting areas, and/or to an information station. (Note: Visitors are already anxious about the unknown; it’s just added frustration when they can’t find designated parking, locate the nursery entrance, or pinpoint the location of the rest rooms…go here for Bev’s Basics for Great Signage Design)

4) Greeter reinforcements –  On extra-high-attendance days, have your “A Team” greeters at the primary entrances, more greeters at back doors or basement doors, and additional greeters in the Children and Youth areas. All greeters should be trained, alert, and enthusiastic to convey their willingness to assist, lead, and give information.

5) A PLAN for welcoming guests, whether it’s a small gift, free coffee, or instructions to meet after the service

6) A welcome in the printed program, on the large video screens, or a verbal greeting during the service… whatever it is, have a PLAN that communicates “We were expecting you, and you are welcome here.”

7) Follow-up options – Equip your leaders with information on how to obtain follow-up information from the guest. For example: put a sign-up sheet in the Children’s Check-In area that says “Want more information on upcoming events for your kids? Write your email address here.”

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Blessings,
Bev Manson

Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

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Bev’s Basics for Good Signage Design

The #1 mistake when creating a sign is putting too much information on it! It’s natural to want to put everything in one place, but most signage is quickly scanned, and details are easily missed. Signs are meant to be read “on the fly,” whether walking or driving.

A good example is signage at an airport. When you enter, signs simply say “Ticketing” or “To Concourse A.” Once on Concourse A, signage becomes more specific, such as “Gates 1 – 7.” At the gate, even more detailed information is listed, such as flight numbers and departure times. To cram ALL of this information on the sign at the entryway would be overwhelming.

Here are some guidelines for effective signage design:

  • Choose the main point, and condense it to five or less words. Make that information prominent. (Ex: “Handicapped Parking,” “Nursery Check-In,” ”Sunday Services 9:30 & 11:00 AM”).
  • Always include your website when creating signage that is directed to outsiders. This is where they can find the meat of the message. (Ex: VBS June 1 – 6 All Welcome www.firstchurch.org)
  • Make it personal when it’s insider communication: communicate the BIG IDEA first, details smaller. (Ex: Sign-up here for Habitat for Humanity July 5 – 9, See Tami for more info)
  • Choose bright colors
  • Use large type
  • If applicable, use a plain, sans-serif typeface for better readability, though sometimes script or designer typefaces fit the message better.
  • Photos get noticed, but don’t use too many; they begin to overpower the message
  • Photos of people, especially facial pictures) attract attention
  • Landscapes make interesting backgrounds

Displayit at Church has a team of experts that will consult with you on design, create a design for you, or check a submitted design for correct specs. Check out our website at www.displayitatchurch.com, our Facebook page, and Pinterest posts for pictures of what other ministries are doing with signs.

Join the Displayit at Church Email Mailing list for ministry tips, ideas for creating effective ministry environments and more. Our monthly email is our chosen vehicle for providing discounts, secret promo codes, special pricing and product information for leaders on the front lines of ministry.

Blessings,
Bev
Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

 

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Five Minute Crash Course in Hospitality, get ready for Easter visitors!

Easter Sunday is just days away. Considered to be the largest single church attendance day of each year, some churches report that attendance more than doubles on Easter, and other churches report the necessity of adding additional services to handle parking and seating.  Even the neighborhood “I don’t need to go to church to have religion” arrive early to get a good seat for Easter Services.  Is your church ready to welcome those in your community who plan to visit?

You’ve still got a few days to add volunteers to your Hospitality team.  Considering that a visitor’s FIRST IMPRESSION of your church is their LASTing impression, make that first one great. 

Five Minute Crash Course in Hospitality (For Front Line Hospitality volunteers)

  • 1. Don’t ASSUME you know why someone is visiting. (Not everyone crosses the threshold as a “last resort for answers to their problems”, is angry at the previous church or new to the area). Smile and welcome them and let God take it from there. HE KNOWS their needs.
  • 2. Keep an open body stance, this creates interest. Crossing your arms communicates that you want to put a barrier between yourself and them, keeping your hands in your pockets communicates that you are slightly ambivalent to their needs. Open body stance communicates that your are available for them and welcome them.
  • 3. Don’t stand too close. About two feet of space creates a fair sense of safety, but honors their boundaries.
  • 4. When you are “on duty”, DO NOT gather with other team members appearing to exclude others. Look for those who are looking for someone “in charge” (that’s you!).
  • 5. Be sensitive to those who want to remain invisible or anonymous. They are just checking your church out. You don’t want it to be the wrong church for the wrong reasons.
  • 6. Don’t be a know-it-all, using a bunch of churchy language, making them feel unworthy or illiterate in the ways of church. Speak with them as if you were welcoming family to your home.
  •  7. Smile! They need to feel the love you have for Jesus and his believers, and they need to feel it from you…. for them.

Seems simple, right?  I think so too.  These are all the things I would do naturally, but believe it or not; this is not “common sense”.  Not everyone is gifted with the ability to be welcoming to strangers, and feel awkward or ill equipped to do so.  Even though this is a simple starting point, it is a starting point.  Add to this list the other components that are important and unique to your church.  As a ministry leader, make it your priority to communicate with your team so that they understand that they are NOT just holding a door or handing out a bulletin, THEY ARE THE MAKE OR BREAK opportunity for a 2nd visit!

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Blessings,
Bev Manson
Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”
 

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It’s True! Nobody Reads anymore… are you reading this?

I recently found a really well written, creative blog, at millsjames.com. I was searching for statistics on  research about how many “church goers” read the printed bulletin, printed weekly newsletter (snail mail) or even email blasts. My question was whether church communication gurus find that it’s still practical to use printed material to promote and advertise classes, programs, services and donations, or if email is the more widely preferred medium.

Much to my surprise, it seems that none of these “old school” communications work any more AND it doesn’t seem to matter that I was interested in the “Church goers” segment, because it seems that Americans as a whole have been documented to be the result of “dumbing down American literacy”. I also resurrected a quote I heard a few years ago by Steve Jobs on his reaction to the introduction of The Kindle eBook Reader;  “It doesn’t matter how good or bad the product is, the fact is that people don’t read anymore. Forty percent of the people in the U.S. read one book or less last year. The whole conception is flawed at the top because people don’t read anymore.” I don’t know where Steve Jobs got that statistic, but both blogger, Mills James and I seem to agree with Jobs.  Correctly written communication is a thing of the past; quickly becoming as extinct as chisel and stone tablets.

If communication and information are important to you, your job, your church, your family; how are you suppose to be informative and communicate? VISUALLY. The keyword is Multi-sensory to the point of entertainment.

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Blessings,
Bev Manson
Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

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Never trivialize the importance of Hospitality

Entire books have been written on the importance of Hospitality in the Church, from “First Impressions:Creating WOW Experiences in Your Church (Mark Waltz) to Radical Hospitality (Rev Robert Schnase). Somehow, over time, between the book of Hebrews “Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers…” (Hebrews 13:2) to “Don’t forget the donuts and coffee” (Any Church USA), we have trivialize the importance of the WELCOME.

The real practice of hospitality is to boldly emphasize and communicate that YOU are worthy of our time, effort and love; that we were expecting and prepared for your visit, and that you are warmly and enthusiastically welcome in this place.

Communicate to your congregation:
” Above all, keep fervent in your love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins. Be hospitable to one another without complaint. As each one has received a special gift, employ it in serving one another as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.” 1 Peter 4:8-10. Hospitality is a huge part of being children of God, and much more than donuts and coffee.

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Blessings,
Bev Manson

Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

 

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The New Year’s Resolutions to “Get back to church” have kicked in. Are you ready?

A few years ago, researchers asked Pastors to track attendance and report the six highest attended services of the year. 93% said Easter Sunday has the highest attendance, followed by Christmas (84%), and Mother’s Day at 59%. The 4th highest attendance is on a day they call “other”.

I call “other” Resolution Sunday, and it happens twice a year: the Sunday following New Years (“My New Year’s Resolution is to go back to church”) AND the “other” oft forgotten Sunday, the Sunday before the first day of School. Children’s Directors be prepared. Parents across America are making their “This family is getting back into the routine of going to Church” resolution so get your “A TEAM” ready. Look for new faces navigating strange surrounds. These families need a church home, and a church that welcomes them. WOW them with God’s Grace and your hospitality. Be prepared with greeters, warm coffee, great signage, literature about your church, and smiling faces to invite them to return!

Join the Displayit at Church Email Mailing list for ministry tips, ideas for creating effective ministry environments and more.  Our monthly email is our chosen vehicle for providing discounts, secret promo codes, special pricing and product information for leaders on the front lines of ministry.

Blessings,
Bev Manson

Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

 

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Four major Reasons People are leaving the church… and how to win them back.

I recently read a great blog from Group Publishing on a new book entitled WHY NOBODY WANTS TO GO TO CHURCH ANYMORE, by Thom and Joani Schultz. I wholeheartedly agreed with the authors, and continue to support the idea of embracing Radical Hospitality, Fearless Conversation, Genuine Humility and Divine Anticipation.

The Schultz’s believe that the four major reasons people are leaving the church are: “I feel judged”, “I don’t want to be lectured”, “Christians are a bunch of hypocrites” and “your God is irrelevant to my life”.

Given this information, it seems that the first step is to create an over-the-top “WOW” experience of hospitality to welcome all who enter.

Starting with Radical Hospitality means creating an unexpected welcome to everyone; from the street to the seat. (The 10 minutes before the service ever begins are critical!). Over the years I’ve lectured about the importance of the first impression, as it may be the only opportunity to change a person’s perspective and allow them to be open to the message of God’s love. As I’ve heard it said, “First Impressions Last”.

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Blessings,
Bev Manson
Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

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