Archive for June 2007

peer-review Article
No Comments » June 29, 2007

Church Marketing Lab: Still Celebrating!

Well, next week we’ll return to our regularly scheduled programming, but this week, we reached 2,000 submissions in the Church Marketing Lab! Another milestone; thanks so much to you guys ...

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reviews Article
15 Comments » June 26, 2007

Now, Discover Your Strengths: Using Your Strengths in a Faults-Oriented World

About six months ago, I started a book with the intention of reviewing it here. Today, I finish that journey. That’s not, however, a shot at the quality of the ...

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poll-results Article
No Comments » June 26, 2007

Favorite Poll Poll Results

I’m not a statistics whiz by any means. I’m not licensed to analyze poll results. Gallup has never contacted me about a job. I’m pretty sure, however, that 62 responses ...

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peer-review Article
3 Comments » June 25, 2007

Great Expectations: What’s It to You?

Imagine this with me: A message series with two-fold aim. The first aim is to travel through a book of the Bible in linear fashion. The second aim is to ...

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brand-identity Article
12 Comments » June 22, 2007

The End of Static Logos

I read an interesting piece from across the pond recently; British blogger Johnson Banks begins “It’s official. The age of the static brand is coming to an end … “ In ...

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peer-review Article
No Comments » June 22, 2007

Church Marketing Lab: Celebration!

We made it! A thousand members! Thanks so much to everyone who is a part of the Church Marketing Lab. It’s been an incredible run so far, and I think ...

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news-updates Article
1 Comment » June 21, 2007

Ask a Kevin

If you’ve been around Church Marketing Sucks for a while you probably know the name Kevin D. Hendricks. He’s our chief blogger and the labs director for our nonprofit parent, ...

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first-impressions-beyond Article
10 Comments » June 20, 2007

8 (Or So) Questions About Your Church Signage

When I was 10 years old there was a song by Tesla that was rocking the airwaves called “Signs.” All my friends and I loved the song. You ...

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poll-results Article
13 Comments » June 19, 2007

Keeping A Church Poll Results

This week we asked what it would take to keep you returning to a church that you visited. This was our third part in a semi-series about leaving and finding ...

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building-design Article
24 Comments » June 19, 2007

Where Should A New Church Meet?

We’ve talked here on CMS before about church buildings. Recently Drew Goodmanson referenced an article by Dr. Ed Stetzer called “Where Should A New Church Meet?”…

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peer-review Article
2 Comments » June 18, 2007

Calling All Financial Minds

Each week, we try to highlight a discussion from the Church Marketing Lab that needs a little kick start to get going. You guys have been making my job tough. ...

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peer-review Article
No Comments » June 15, 2007

Church Marketing Lab: Getting So Close

To be short and sweet, we’re still pushing right at a thousand members for our Church Marketing Lab. Even closer is two thousand pieces of art. Here’s four points of ...

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poll-results Article
6 Comments » June 13, 2007

Church Seeking Poll Results

Two weeks ago we asked you why you would ever leave your church. And last week, we continued that with asking how you would go about finding a new church. ...

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reviews Article
1 Comment » June 12, 2007

The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick)

Marketing guru Seth Godin offers a little book (seriously, it’s only 76 pages) that tells you when to quit. The Dip is all about quitting what doesn’t work and sticking ...

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technology Article
16 Comments » June 11, 2007

Where’s the Church on Facebook?

If you’re plugged into the social networking site Facebook at all you’ve probably heard about the recent launch of their developer’s platform. For the uninformed, basically third party companies can ...

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