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Advice on evangelising online this Easter

We should undoubtedly be evangelising all year round, but at Easter the need for evangelism becomes even more salient. It really reinforces the price our Saviour paid for us and the gift He gave to us. Arguably, Easter is the easiest time of the year to evangelise, because everyone on the planet is aware of this […]

3 tips to get your church website found online

There are many elements to building a successful web presence, getting your church website online is an important one, but there are others. Once you get your website online the next important element is getting your website found, the practice of getting found online is called search engine optimisation (SEO). Here’s a brief introduction courtesy […]

5 ways churches can use infographics

If you’ve spent any time on social media, the chances are you would have come across infographics, these are simply visual representations of information or data. Infographics have been a big trend on social media for a while now, which is largely because visual content is often a superior way to present content as most […]

3 Tips for scheduling your church’s social media content in advance

Before we delve into this post it’s worth noting that one of the biggest benefits of social media is that it enables you to engage with real-people in real-time so whenever possible that’s the primary way you should use it. However, scheduling content to your social media pages can be a useful and valuable way […]

4 ways to foster Christian community through Facebook

If you’ve read our vision and mission you’ll know that we are heavily focused on helping to foster unity in the Christian community and extend the reach and influence that the church has online. One of the three key scriptures that SameVine is built on is John 17:22-23; “I have given them the glory you gave me, […]

How can we help your church this Lent?

We’ve signed up for the 40Acts campaign and we’re excited about giving generously this Lent! As most of you will know Lent is the period of 40 days which comes before Easter in the Christian calendar. Lent 2015 began last Wednesday and is a season of reflection and preparation before the celebrations of Easter. By observing the […]

40Acts: Using the Internet to add something transformational to Lent

I recently came across a campaign called 40Acts it’s a brilliant initiative that challenges Christians to do Lent generously, giving back every day for 40 days starting February 18th. In the charity’s own words: Lent is usually about ‘giving stuff up’, isn’t it? What if you could add something transformational to the traditional? What if […]