CHURCH - HOPE
Today people in your community are searching for hope. I think you would agree that the need for hope is universal! With issues like death, divorce, finances, medical issues, fake news, etc. the challenges of life can seem overwhelming. One of the greatest gifts God has given us is hope. His promises are designed to inspire hope. It gives us the ability to look at any situation and know God is going to come through. This is the essence of what hope is.
Gallup research reports that in 1947, 76% of Americans were church members. In 2023 that number has dropped to 47%! This is the lowest percentage Gallup has ever measured in its 80-year history. Is it any wonder that so many people are searching for hope and don't know that the church is where they will find it in the name of Jesus!
In your church hope takes on many forms. I wonder how many people looking for hope even know events like the ones below are a great source of hope. How many are aware that belonging to a church allows you to see and be a part of "Hope" activities like bringing food to members who may be sick, praying for people in need, working at a food pantry, being a part of a ministry that is making a difference in the world and many more.
HOPE - Church Event
Christmas Worship Service
Christmas Women Events
Sermon on HOPE
Vision - to reach young families for Jesus.
Reach people who desire Bible Teaching
Men's Prayer Breakfast
Vacation Bible School
The Global Leadership Summit
Men's Bible Studies - Role of the husband
Class - Life With the Holy Spirit
Sermon on Money
Sermon - Generation X - Our Future
Back to School Events
So, how can your community become aware of the "HOPE" offered by your church?
My name is Don Koehler, and I am an Elder at my church and I can say this issue has driven me to find a solution. I spent over 35 years in the advertising business so I thought the answer would be easy. I was wrong.
The most successful marketers know putting your message in front of the right target audience is a major key to success. The Apostle Paul explained that Jesus' message came to the Jewish people first. "For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile" (Rom. 1:16)
Our Church has been targeting people who need “HOPE” through a service called AdMessenger. We target people who have or are experiencing issues related to death, divorce, finances, depression, and medical Issues. Last month alone we had over five hundred new users on the “HOPE” page of our website.
We've been using AdMessenger at our church for over two years and now want to offer it to churches everywhere. The service is affordable, does not require any long contracts, and it works!
The service allows you to define your target audience and display a scrolling text message on a mobile device to people within "X" miles of your location.
Click here for an AdMessenger Demo – Click on the scrolling message!
If you would like to see a demo for your church please let me know and I will send it to you at no charge.