Tag Archive: Church

Jul 16

Criminal justice reform

- Crime down: For the second year in a row, the crime rate in Texas dropped “significantly,” according to a report from the Texas Department of Public Safety. The crime rate in Texas fell 8.3 percent in 2011 – a year when the incarceration rate dropped 1.45 percent as well. This demonstrates that the crime rate …

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Jul 10

The Pear Tree and the Seasons of Life


For the church ~ isn’t it often a part of our ministry to help others with their perspective while we remember to adjust our own? Sometimes I need to be reminded … There was a man who had four sons. He wanted his sons to learn not to Judge things too quickly. So he sent …

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Jul 08

#Beer Vs. #Church: This Map Shows Which Is More Popular On Twitter (Guess Which One) | WebProNews

Really, the image above says it all. Combined, Twitter’s U.S. user base talks about beer a lot more than it talks about church. Floating Sheep (via io9) decided to look at some Twitter conversation around the U.S. to analyze where people are tweeting about beer, and where people are tweeting about church. To do so, they used …

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Jun 19

ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT TO ENTER!!! Creative Church Marketing with Business Cards

I kind of like this background idea for an old, traditional church that thinks with a contemporary twist!

Most of know what a business card is, and what most people use it for – a simple and effective way to introduce yourself and your services or product. Some of us try to think outside the box to draw attention to ourselves by using bright colors or bold designs on a business card. Few …

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Jun 19

#ngac12 Methodist conference stimulates Athens economy in slow time #UMC

The annual meeting of the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church was in Athens last week, and with it came a boost to the local economy.  “Conferences like this really help secure so many jobs in Athens over the summer,” said Paul Cramer, executive director at the Classic Center, the downtown convention and …

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