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Archive for December 2005

poll-results Article
1 Comment » December 26, 2005

All I Want For Christmas Poll

The results are in for our fun little “what do you want for Christmas” poll, and thankfully church marketing that doesn’t sucked squeaked past an iPod for the number one ...

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demographicsresearch Article
11 Comments » December 22, 2005

Jesus, CEO

The Economist is talking about Jesus, CEO. I’m a bit too busy to read the article myself, but you can check it out and let us know what you think. ...

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technology Article
11 Comments » December 19, 2005

What Pastors Need to Know About the Internet

Rick Warren’s Pastors.com covers some important ground with 8 Things Pastors Need to Know About eMinistry, written by Terrell Sanders of MinistryCom: Your target audience for church growth is Internet-savvy. Your Web ...

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poll-results Article
3 Comments » December 19, 2005

Closed on Christmas Poll

We stepped into the big controversy last week and asked if your church would be closed on Christmas Sunday. And wow, we haven’t had this kind of poll activity since ...

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peer-review Article
19 Comments » December 13, 2005

Easter Art Installation Promo

We know it’s almost Christmas, but this peer review tackles postcards promoting an Easter art installation. Nothing like working ahead of time. Post your feedback in the comments. Samples: Postcard 1: Postcard 2:…

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poll-results Article
2 Comments » December 12, 2005

Che Guevara Ad Poll Results

Last week we asked your thoughts on the Che Guevara Christmas ad. Most people didn’t like it (63%). It just goes to show that ads aren’t going to please everyone. ...

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multimedia Article
6 Comments » December 10, 2005

Me Church

I got a kick out of this Me Church video about church that’s all about me. (link via Jordon Cooper)…

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philosophy Article
4 Comments » December 9, 2005

This Sermon Brought To You By Narnia

The much-hyped Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe opens in theaters today and for every bit of Narnia marketing you come across it seems you’ll also ...

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peer-review Article
19 Comments » December 9, 2005

Church Commercial on Rock Radio

This makes me happy: Today’s peer review takes us beyond web sites and print and into the world of radio. Share your suggestions and feedback in the comments. Samples: Radio commercial: “I’m going ...

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news-updates Article
2 Comments » December 9, 2005

CMS Interview at Godbit

Our very own Kevin D. Hendricks (wait, that’s me!) was interviewed over at the church tech site Godbit. Hear me give the same old talk on marketing as well as ...

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think-ahead Article
45 Comments » December 7, 2005

Closed for Christmas

There’s a little media frenzy today over the fact that several mega-churches are choosing to close their doors on Christmas day. You can take your pick of sources over at ...

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think-ahead Article
1 Comment » December 7, 2005

Fear, Threats, and Paranoid Opportunity

The latest issue of Business 2.0 extracts “golden rules” from business big shots. One such example is from Andy Grove, former chairman and CEO for Intel. He quipped that only ...

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peer-review Article
16 Comments » December 5, 2005

Church Plant Mailer

This week’s peer review looks at a general mailer to promote an 8-month-old church plant in Northwest Arkansas. Sample: Front: Back:…

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poll-results Article
1 Comment » December 5, 2005

Church Blogging Poll

Last week we asked what churches have jumped on the blog-wagon. 30% have given blogging a shot, and over 20% are still at it. But as expected, the vast majority ...

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demographicsresearch Article
3 Comments » December 3, 2005

CFCC Church Marketing Report

You can score a free 8-page Church Marketing Report over at the Center for Church Communication. And yes, we are a part of the Center for Church Communication, so yes, ...

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