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Bringing on board the right Christian Web Designer and Christian Copywriter, working with a business or church branding agent, will get you started right and keep you going. We at a Rejected Stone will bring everything together with the right people to save you time and resources.

Thursday – May 02, 2024

A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children, But the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous. — Proverbs 13.22

Building a successful ministry now can be very satisfying, knowing that the Lord is working through you.  But, have you ever considered how future generations of your family could continue this important work?

“The goal in life is not to try and live forever, but to create something that will forever in people’s hearts.”  ― Karon Waddell

(In my research, I’m unable to find out who Karon Waddell was or what she did. If anyone knows, please drop me a note. I’m curious to know)

Let’s look at the steps involved in making your ministry profitable now and being able to leave a legacy for generations to come.

Before continuing, let me say that being profitable in ministry doesn’t necessarily mean monetary gain, but it could. It could mean increasing Church attendance by obtaining more members. A non-profit may measure profitability in the form of more donations or perhaps more volunteers.  A Christian business may measure profitability by more visitors to his store or website or an increased interest in his blog writing.  

So, what needs to be done to create a ministry that will last generations?  A Christian web designer can be a starting point. Christian web design is the best and least expensive to tell the world about yourself. 

Christian web design and a marketing team equally yoked with you will give you the best shot

  1. I want you to have a vision for your mission. Your vision is setting goals for the future. For example, what do you want to accomplish in the next 1, 2, 5, 10, or 20 years? Your mission is to set realistic and time-sensitive goals to meet and keep your vision on track.  A Christian copywriter can professionally communicate your vision.
  2. Stay true to your core values—As a Church branding ministry or business, your core values should be paramount in your mind every day. Stand firm, and your customers will respect you for it.
  3. Conduct market research. Is there a need for your product or service? And if there is, where is this need? Who are your likely customers? When are they likely to need your services most? These and a few others need to know before you start marketing your product/service.
  4. Develop a business model – Once you have a vision for your mission, you need a path to success.  We work with you to help chart that course.  Your Christian web designer can help significantly in this area, making your vision visually appealing to your viewers.
  5. Work toward building a solid brand – Your brand is your ministry’s heart and soul.  It needs to be more than your logo and colors; it needs to be who you are and what you stand for.
  6. Make a social impact – Your ministry should do more than make money. It should invest in other ministries that align with your message. This sends a message that you’re not just all talk but are willing to put your money where your mouth is.
  7. Have a “rainy-day” plan – All businesses experience lulls in revenue income from time to time. Sometimes, these “lulls” can last quite a long time. Always have a backup plan in place so that you have operating funds available when needed. It says in the book of Luke, chapter 12
    16 Then He spoke a parable to them, saying: “The ground of a certain rich man yielded plentifully. 17 And he thought within himself, saying, ‘What shall I do, since I have no room to store my crops?’

    18 So he said, ‘I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build greater, and there I will store all my crops and my goods. 19 And I will say to my soul, “Soul, you have many goods laid up for many years; take your ease; eat, drink, and be merry.” ’

    20 But God said to him, ‘Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?’

    21 So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.”

  8. Never neglect the people on your team – These people have the power to make or break you.  Never forget that.  As a Christian business leader or manager, you are there to serve.  Encourage them and reward them when appropriate.  Never take them for granted.  See to it they have what they need when they need it to do excellent work.  Pamper them and pay them well.  But, make it clear it’s not their job to make company policy.  That comes from you.  Never let that line be crossed when they tell you how to run things.

    The way management treats associates is exactly how the associates will treat the customers.

    — Sam Walton

  9. Keep up with the latest technology—Your organization must stay modern. If you don’t, someone else will, and you’ll become a dinosaur.
  10. Keep learning.  Everything changes today.  Learn new things and expand your base.

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In Conclusion

I was listening to a podcast the other day, and the narrator told a story about when his friends wanted him to go on vacation with them.  He never mentioned how much the trip was going to cost, but he made it sound like it was quite a hefty sum.  

Because it was so expensive, he declined the invitation but afterward changed his mind.  When I’m was 90, he asked himself if I would most likely remember my trip or the money I saved. 

My point here is if you are getting a calling to start a ministry but are hesitating because the economy is bad, inflation is soaring, or the world is filled with uncertainty now. If God is calling you to the Ministry, you should not fear.  

THIS IS THE BEST TIME TO START A MINISTRY OR BUSINESS! Get yourself established now. Have a Christian web designer give you a professional look. A Christian copywriter can formulate your vision and explain it to all your readers. A Church branding professional can help you tie it all together.  

Then, when the economy turns around, you’re established and have the kinks worked out, instead of waiting until the economy sorts itself out and being seen as a Johnny Come Lately or an opportunist.

The worst of times is the best time to get started.  Waiting for perfection will never come. Why not consider talking to us about your Christian web design needs or copywriting or Church branding. Both of our Ministries can make a big difference.


Together, we can do this!

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a REJECTED STONE is a full-service Christian Marketing company that offers Christian copywriter, SEO, and Social Media Marketing services that empower non-profits, ministries, and businesses to make a lasting impact through effective, faith-based digital marketing, direct mail marketing for Churches, and free church advertising advice via email. Our Christian Marketing companies can offer you as much or as little as your Ministry needs to thrive. Get in touch with us today! Please email us at talktous at arejectedstone dot com if you have any questions.

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