A Sign of the Times

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When it comes to telling the community about God's Word, few things are better than a brightly lit church sign that incorporates a warm and welcoming message. Many times, churches change their messages infrequently, which means the people who pass by get used to seeing the same sign, day after day. In other words, they stop paying attention because the sign just becomes part of an everyday landscape.

School signs are the perfect place to update students about concerts, football games, dances, standardized testing, and other events. They can also be a great place to make announcements about student achievements or a critical tool for tracking the score at sports events. Beyond these essentials, you can use school signs in a lot of fun ways, and you can encourage students to be creative along the way.

By 2019, there will be more Millennials in the United States than Baby Boomers. Ranging from about age 22 to 37, Millennials are the most diverse generation in the country, they make up over a third of the work force, and nearly half of them are parents. Digital signage can help you reach this generation and their families in a number of ways.

When school board members and administrators start to look for school signs, one of their first questions is how much do school signs cost. Ultimately, the cost depends on the type of sign and features selected. Here's a look at the factors that affect the cost of school signs.

Outreach ministry involves touching base with the community at large. If your church is undertaking outreach ministry efforts, you're likely trying to find ways to answer the public's questions, open your doors in a welcoming way, and create an environment that awakens people's faith. There are many ways to pursue positive outreach ministry endeavors, from community-involvement initiatives to guided prayer sessions.

When new recruits step foot on base, they enter a completely new world. So begins a stressful time when young men and women are barely getting their footing outside their parents' homes; now they must lean on their own independence and utilize the skills that will get them home safe if they're ever deployed. Your recruits will learn a basic path that takes them to physical training, food, applicable academics, and their sleeping quarters.