We recently came across a powerful tool that will revolutionize the way you reach out to both your members and adherents, as well as people within your own community.
This is one of the most efficient and time-saving tools I have seen in a long time for churches to use in their communication efforts, and coupled with your Membership on our site, you will be ready for just about anything!
Take a look below to see just how easy it is to send a Greeting Card to follow up with a Visitor. This short demo also shows you how to use your ChurchLetters.net Membership while editing the Greeting Card. Why use a "stale" Word Document when you can send a beautiful full color greeting card from your own desk without making a trip to the post office, or even sealing an envelope or licking a stamp!
A robust online Contact Manager (Just import your present contacts easily, or type them in as you build your system)
Birthday and Anniversary reminders
Make as many different Groups as you need within the Contact Manager - (First time visitors, board members, nursery workers, etc.)
Upload your own custom pictures and graphics to use on the front of the card, or on the inside panels
Use your OWN printing font!
Select from 4 of your signatures
Develop an automated follow up Campaign
- Send a Visitor Card immediately, then another card 10 days from the first one, and so on. (You can set this up to go out automatically, AND personalized!)
With your Membership at ChurchLetters.net, simply copy and paste the letter text into your Greeting Card and modify before sending. (Church Letters Membership not required)
Send a wide variety of Gifts or Gift Cards (Starbucks, Wal-Mart, Tim Horton's, Restaurants, Gift Baskets, and so much more!)
Very special selection of Greeting Cards for Churches in ADDITION to over 13,000 Greeting Cards already available!
These are REAL Greeting Cards constructed and sent right from your own computer with internet connection!
A GREAT way to send Christmas Cards to both our personal and church families.
One Missionary sent the following unedited e-mail to in appreciation of receiving a card - "In all of my 21 years as a missionary I never recall receiving such a lovely greeting to thank me for ministry. Thank you for your kindness, and thank you for the coffee!" (Send Out Cards also allows you to send Gifts with the Cards).
This is a resource you will want to check out in detail.
Some of the ways we've already used them are:
Christmas Cards to both church and personal families.
Thank you notes for gifts received.
Thank you notes to those who conducted the Children's Program.
Complete with a picture of the children on the front of the card.
Thanking a Missionary for ministering at our church.
Birthday Cards to friends.
Thanking a copier company for their great service and donation.
Thanking visitors to church, and inviting them to come back.
And many other ways...
There are 3 different levels to gain a license to begin using this amazing system. Whether you want to send just a few cards, or send a lot, there is a plan for you. Even a way to earn some extra income if you wish.
Christmas is a wonderful time of year in which we give and receive gifts all in celebration and honor of our Savior, Jesus Christ, whose birthday we celebrate. Yet, I am often puzzled at our joy in sharing, giving, and receiving of these gifts with so many others, when in actuality we should think of Christ not only primarily, but first! (After all, how many Birthday parties have you gone to where the guests exchanged gifts, and the one having the Birthday received nothing?)
What a wonderful time of year it is as once again we pause and remember the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I know the word pause might seem like an odd one to use during this time of year when everything about the season seems to be so chaotic. Yet, I believe it is important for us to pause on purpose if we really want to have a meaningful Christmas season.
We know that Jesus Christ came to this earth with purpose, and the primary purpose was to seek and to save the lost as we read about in Luke 9:10; For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost.
We see also the change of hearts as people put their faith and trust in Christ such as a tax collector by the name of Zacchaeus: Luke 19:9-10 (NIV) 9 Jesus said to him, Today salvation has come to this house, because this man, too, is a son of Abraham. 10 For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost.
Within the trappings and distractions that the Christmas season offers, may we never forget one of the primary purposes of Jesus' coming to earth, and it was to seek and to save what was lost.
When we think of the birth of Jesus Christ, it is often easy to associate Him with the term Lamb of God because of the things that come to mind when describing a lamb. Meek and lowly, gentle and even somewhat needy would describe a lamb, much as a child born into this world even today.
Yet, when these types or comparisons take place it is important that we remember the full meaning.
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