59% of the churches in the US are churches of less than 100 people.
Another 35% of US churches have between 100 and 500 worshipers. (source: http://thriveguy.com/smallchurches)
That is an enormous percentage of the church. That means that most churches are “small” with “smaller” budgets.
We believe that while a smaller church budget presents challenges to using technology, it should not be an obstacle. At my church we’ve tackled the issues head-on and manage to do some pretty great stuff. This blog is a “give-back” to other smaller ministries, sharing my church’s continued journey to overcome the obstacles of using tech at a smaller church. The long-term goal is to team with technophiles in similar situations to share their church’s stories.
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- They view an average of about 7 articles per visit.
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- About 81% of our viewers stay on the site and dig deeper.