According to Smart Insights, Americans spend 71% of their digital time on mobile devices and nearly three hours a day on it.I could give you a list of numbers to employee contact list back up my point, but if you work in a church, you probably already see church and technology intersecting everywhere.You see it on Sunday mornings when people in your church pull out the Bible app on their phones. You hear it when you walk past a Sunday school class and a student is asked to employee contact list put their phone away. You see kids (and some adults) walking past your church to do a quick PokeStop.
If you're one of the many lucky churches that got picked.The fact is, your church attendees already rely heavily on their mobile devices to employee contact list stay connected to their most valuable information and entertainment. The question is, don't you want your church to be as popular as what keeps them glued to employee contact list their devices?Here are a few reasons why your church should consider a custom church mobile app (and yes, they're affordable, even for small church budgets): 1. Communicate more effectively with your target audienceEmail, Facebook, mailings, documents, etc. All of these are great forms of communication.
But all of them are so easily missed or ignored. Most of the news you try to employee contact list deliver in these mediums never captures your church's short attention span. You could reach them on a much more effective platform: their devices.The smartphone home/lock screen is (in the opinion of this former youth pastor) the most powerful and valuable communication real estate today. Getting your message across to employee contact list these screens is simple with push notifications that come with any good custom app platform.You can also target specific ministries in your church with subscriptions. In my last church, we created a subscription for young people.