Marketing & Evangelism Articles

4 Things We’ve Learned About Facebook Bible Study Leads

A year ago, the SermonView team embarked on a journey to answer a question: How can churches better reach people interested in Bible studies in their community? Today, churches aren’t seeing the kind of results they used to get with old-style tear-off Bible study card ...
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3 Ways to Use Facebook for Evangelism

The key to using your evangelism marketing budget effectively is deciding who you want to reach, then finding the best ways to reach where those people are. There are many ways to reach potential interests: Road signs and banners reach people as they drive by ...
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Shadow Empire Continues to Draw Crowds

In 2016, over 600 Adventist churches in the United States and Canada joined together to share The Voice of Prophecy’s Shadow Empire with people in their communities. And the results were exceptional: tens of thousands of guests walked through church doors, many for the first ...
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In Search of Meaning in Puyallup

PUYALLUP, WASH. — Two days before the event, more than 600 people were pre-registered for the Voice of Prophecy’s In Search of Meaning: Archaeology & the Bible March 3 event in Puyallup. The only problem? The venue had just 300 seats available. In an effort ...
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Finding the Cure for Evangelism Marketing Blind Spots

Now, I don’t want to be too bold here, but I am just going to say it. We have blind spots in our Evangelism marketing. There, I said it. How do these blind spots affect us? They lead us to false conclusions about our efforts ...
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Does Evangelism Still Work Today?

Last year, I ran across several articles trying to answer this question: "Does evangelism still work?" I always have two immediate responses to that question. My first instinct is to reply, "Well, does breathing still work?" After all, the word "evangelism" literally means to share ...
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Why SermonView Evangelism Marketing?

After years of research, we’ve found that higher response rates don't just come from a nicely designed handbill. While design is important, the combination of compelling copy, marketing best-practices, intentional calls to action, audience research, and eye-catching design must all work hand-in-hand to obtain significantly ...
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5 Ideas for Hacksaw Ridge Evangelism

With the recent release of Mel Gibson's moving depiction of the Desmond Doss story in Hacksaw Ridge, many viewers are asking the question— why? Why did Doss refuse to carry a weapon? Why was he so adamant about not training on Saturdays? Why did his ...
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5 Things Your Marketing Team Must Do

The world has changed. Evangelism marketing practices that worked in decades past don’t work the way they used to. By using the tried and true methods of days gone by we leave ourselves destined for diminishing returns. Our best efforts never yield the same results, ...
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Evangelism Isn’t Dead- Pastor Roger Walter

"Evangelism isn't dead!" exclaimed Dr. Roger Walter, senior pastor of the Vancouver, Wash., church. "I still believe that Adventist churches grow differently." Dr. Walter recently wrote a blog post about his experience holding the "Apocalypse of Hope" prophecy seminar. SermonView's role was to develop a ...
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