The name of our ministry is Hope for the World Ministries. Our ministry brings HOPE to the lost and KNOWLEDGE to those who want and need to grow in Christ. Hope for the World Ministries is based on the Greatest Commandment in John 13:34 A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. Hope For The World Ministries shall provide people with the knowledge of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to fulfill the Great commission of Matthew 28:19 “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:” Matthew 28:20 “Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world” and to spread love throughout the world as commanded by Jesus Christ. We are trying to keep the newsletter title short so the ministry name don’t work. I even though about World Hope Times but that just sounds to dull. It needs to be something catchy to attract people. World Hope Times just seems to be just like any regular newspaper title.
How about simply, “Here’s Hope” or “Here’s Hope!”
I’ve recently obtain a job in the banking industry and I have been task to create new promotions for our upcoming Christmas season that will attract new customers. I’m tired of the same old low interest rates, waiver on loan payments for particular months and giving gifts to new customers. Now I need something more attractive for our customers. What would you like your bank to offer you when it comes to Loans? Any suggestions?
- A chance for a zero-interest loan at signing.
- A donation to a favorite charity.
Hello, I’m trying to think of a sophisticated, chic but catchy name for my company. I’m selling hair products for Afro-Caribbean and European curly haired women, focusing on raising their self esteem through good hair practices.
- Hirmane (or Her Mane)
I want to include a catchy slogan to brand myself as a real estate professional. I plan to focus on the South Philadelphia market, in which I also live. Therefore, I know the market and the neighborhoods like the back of my hand. I was thinking something like “Buys, sells, and lives in South Philly”, but thinking too conservative when I see a very successful RE Broker using “Steve McCann, the Real Estate Man” as his slogan.
Jay’s Answer: Why not simply: “The South Philly (Real Estate) Expert”?
We are opening a children’s museum focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). At our “ribbon cutting ceremony”, we would like to do something more science-themed than the standard scissors and ribbon. Any ideas? Needs to be safe to do indoors and around children. we only have very limited budget.
Jay’s Answer: How about cutting a large mobius strip/ribbon lengthwise, and then recutting it?
There are 11 of us that are going to be getting together monthly, want a fun, catchy name that will get everyone excited to participate. No boys, no kiddos! We live at the beach, we live on James Island, we will be changing up what we do: wine, books, bowling, etc.
- Janes’ Island (or alternatively, write James Island, with a red X through James (or the m) to convert to Janes’)
- Janes of James
- Ladies of 29412
Need suggestions on selling 10 acres of vacant land in a fast developing city. Across the street to the property I’m selling, is 14 acres that was purchased to build a 100k sq ft medical complex. I would like to target future employees of the hospital to buy this land. Im yet to find out when development starts. My property has been listed for 345 days.
Jay’s Answer: I’d contact your local planning commission to see if the hospital has filed building plans and if so, where the plans are in the approval process. Why would the employees wish to buy the land – to reduce a commute? As a minimum, can you erect signage directed at these employees?
Good day, I am about to open a women’s Boutique and I am in desperate need of some sexy ideas. The name of my store is Fahrenheit Boutique. It’s target range is from 18 – 50 years. Clothing will be the latest trends, sexy yet classy, edgy yet respectful. It’s located in The Bahamas.
- Add Some Heat Into Your Life
- Temperatures Are Risin’
- Show Off Your Beautiful Side
- Show Off Your Beauty
I’m starting a new online shop that sells handmade dolls / miniatures from wools using a technique called needle felting. The name for the store is fuwa fuwa (it’s Japanese, means fluffy). Right now I’m still looking for the tagline for it. I’m looking for something creative, possibly a bit whimsical or maybe cute. The taglines I’m thinking can be related to the words, handmade or fluffy. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
- Fluffy Handmade Needle-Felted Treasures
- Kawaii Needle-Felted Miniatures
Since I have worked with the senior population for many years and have written several articles about how seniors can avoid becoming victims of fraud and phone scams, I now want to publish a monthly print and online newsletter to promote senior safety.
Topics will include tips for staying safe at home, during hospital or nursing home stays, tips for safe travel and how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud or being scammed by telemarketers. The list of available subjects to write about is practically endless. Small local business ads will fund the print newsletter that will be displayed locally in senior oriented businesses and community groups.
Future plans include organizing and holding free Senior Safety Seminars. The seminars will be sponsored and funded by local businesses that cater to seniors. I need a name for the monthly newsletter and matching domain name. My local community area is called South Shore but South Shore Senior Safety Guide seems a bit too long.
Jay’s Answer: Perhaps you could take your basic concept (after you’ve tested it), and use it in other communities as well, localizing the content as appropriate. If so, you could make it:
Senior Safety Guide: South Shore Edition
Senior Safety Guide: Small Town Edition
alternatively, a slight name change to Safer Seniors Guide would allow you to grab the URL (SaferSeniorsGuide.com) as well.