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Website copy: Cutsinger Designs

Description:

This copy was written for Cutsinger Designs. The target audience includes small businesses looking to establish an online presence.

Sample copy:

 

Empower your business with a stunning online presence.

Specializing in crafting custom websites that engage your audience, showcase your brand, and drive conversions.

In today’s digital landscape, having a strong online presence is not just a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have. Companies that don’t invest in their online presence risk falling behind, losing market share, and ultimately, missing out on significant growth opportunities.

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Website copy: Next Level

Description:

This copy was written for Next Level Consulting. The target audience includes pastors and church leaders.

Sample copy:

 

MOBILIZE YOUR CONGREGATION TO STEWARD FINANCES WISELY & GIVE RADICALLY

With no strategy for building a culture of generosity people miss out on the fruit of sacrificial giving. Not only that, but churches can’thave the greatest possible impact on their community.

In today’s digital landscape, having a strong online presence is not just a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have. Companies that don’t invest in their online presence risk falling behind, losing market share, and ultimately, missing out on significant growth opportunities.

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Email: Copy Sample 1

Description:

A sample email written for Next Level Consulting. The goal was to start and grow the subscriber list, and increase clicks to the company’s website. 

 

The following is the sample copy:

Hi Justin,

As you continue to lead your congregation on a path of spiritual growth, there’s one essential aspect that we can’t overlook: encouraging generosity and giving.

Today, I want to share some helpful sermon ideas that will inspire your congregation to embrace the joy of giving.

5 suggested sermon ideas you can use to teach on Biblical generosity and stewardship. 

  1. Malachi 3:10 – Suggested Title: “Biblical Principles of Stewardship: Managing God’s Resources”
  2. Philippians 4:11-12 – Suggested Title: “Finding Contentment in a Materialistic World”
  3. Matthew 6:33 – Suggested Title: “God’s Economy: Rethinking Success and Prosperity”
  4. 2 Corinthians 9:7 – Suggested Title: “Generosity: Cultivating a Heart of Giving”
  5. Proverbs 22:7 – Suggested Title: “Financial Freedom: Breaking the Chains of Debt”

These sermon ideas should give you a starting point for crafting a message to help your church navigate the complexities of money, stewardship, contentment, and financial freedom.

I go into more depth on each of htese ideas in the article, “5 Sermon Ideas on Biblical Generosity“.

What sermon on giving have you helpful for building a culture of generosity? Let me know by replying to this email, I’d love to hear your ideas.

Bill Price
Next Level Stewardship

P.S. Have you read about the 7 common pitfalls church leaders make when running a capital campaign? Download the free pdf at https://l.linklyhq.com/l/1mRGw

To schedule your free, 30-minute consultation, click the link below to pick the time that works best for you. 

https://l.linklyhq.com/l/1r3S6

Email: Copy Sample 2

Description:

A sample email written for Northshore Community Church. The goal was to build brand trust with church members by adding value. 

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I look forward to hearing from you.

Email Justin