Ready to launch your first microsite church? Great. We’ve already talked about the reasons to do so and what makes them successful. Hopefully, you see how effective they can be. But don’t hit go just yet. Before you begin the trek, take some time to make sure you’re ready for the long haul. Microsites are… Continue reading Before You Launch Your First Microsite…
We’ve talked about the three keys to a successful microsite, and at the top of that list is leadership. The strength and growth of the site hinges on a leader committed to your vision and wired to develop people. There’s no one right kind of leader—several personality types can be successful—but there does need to… Continue reading What to Look for in a Microsite Leader
Recently, we talked about the importance of making your microsite feel like a part of your faith family. That means more than just posting the location on your website; it means resourcing the people who worship there to give them a reason to support the mission and vision of the church. After all, they’re worshiping… Continue reading How to Resource a Microsite
Before you launch your first microsite, you need to have in mind the outcome you’re looking for. Are you testing the waters? Are you strategically expanding to a community where God is already at work? Something else? Then you need to work toward that goal. A successful microsite rarely happens without intentionality on the part… Continue reading 3 Keys to Microsite Church Success
People are already streaming. People already call distant churches their “home church” and the pastor “my pastor.” That means we can step into what God’s doing there.