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The Church Event Planning Toolkit by Deborah Ike

The Church Event Planning Toolkit by Deborah Ike

Events don't have to be stressful. Whether it's a small student ministry carwash or a huge fall festival, every church can benefit from having a better event planning process.

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The Metamorphosis of a Church Communicator
No Comments » July 24, 2017

The Metamorphosis of a Church Communicator

Church communicators evolve from followers to leaders, from being reactive to proactive. It's a metamorphosis. We've got tips for surviving the process.

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David Hansen on Church Leadership
2 Comments » July 19, 2017

David Hansen on Church Leadership

Finding your leadership role as a communicator and serving your pastor can be a difficult line to walk. We talk with Pastor David Hansen about leadership.

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25 Things I Learned From Creative Missions
No Comments » July 17, 2017

25 Things I Learned From Creative Missions

Spending a week serving churches with Creative Missions can be a learning experience. Here are 25 lessons from this missions trip for creatives.

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Lucinda Rojas Ross on Church Leadership
No Comments » July 12, 2017

Lucinda Rojas Ross on Church Leadership

Leading as a church communicator can be a challenge: "I have to remember it’s not about me. I’m learning to step out of that comfort zone."

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How to Encourage Your Pastor to Work Ahead
No Comments » July 10, 2017

How to Encourage Your Pastor to Work Ahead

Pastors don't always plan ahead, and that can be hard on your communications team. Here are some gentle ways to help your pastor start planning ahead.

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Who, Me? A Leader?
No Comments » July 5, 2017

Who, Me? A Leader?

I don’t care what your title is or if you’re a team of one or 21. As a church communicator, you are a leader. This month we offer leadership resources.

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Church Website Security Basics
No Comments » June 28, 2017

Church Website Security Basics

Church website security can't be left to chance. Learn how to protect your site from bad developers, poor webhosting, and hackers in this article.

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Design Isn’t Just Pretty, It Impacts Experience
1 Comment » June 26, 2017

Design Isn’t Just Pretty, It Impacts Experience

Good design is about more than how something looks. It's about how something works. We look at the design of experiences and how that impacts the church.

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The Power of Delegation in Church Design
1 Comment » June 21, 2017

The Power of Delegation in Church Design

With the right style guides, templates, and training we can delegate design and foster a collaborative work environment, give ownership, and reduce burnout.

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Jim LePage on Design in the Church
No Comments » June 19, 2017

Jim LePage on Design in the Church

Designer, artist, and painter Jim LePage talks about how churches could be using design to take risks and provoke people to consider bigger issues.

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Saving Money by Moving Away From Printed Bulletins
No Comments » June 14, 2017

Saving Money by Moving Away From Printed Bulletins

Changing the bulletin needs to be a process. Here's how one church is shifting from weekly printed bulletins to a monthly bulletin to a digital bulletin.

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Church Website Revival
No Comments » June 12, 2017

Church Website Revival

Check out Ekklesia360's Church Website Revival and sign up to get an analysis of your church's website.

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Marcus Williamson on Design in the Church
No Comments » June 7, 2017

Marcus Williamson on Design in the Church

Graphic designer Marcus Williamson talks about the state of design in the church and how creatives can help move churches toward being more creative.

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More Father’s Day Social Media Graphics
No Comments » June 6, 2017

More Father’s Day Social Media Graphics

We've got a set of free Father's Day social media graphics for your church to share. You can use them as is, edit them, or whatever you need.

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