Archive for April 2008

news-updates Article
2 Comments » April 30, 2008

Flickr Goes Video, So Does the Church Marketing Lab

If you haven’t heard, Flickr added video capabilities to their photo-sharing site. And if you didn’t know, the Church Marketing Lab runs on Flickr. What does that mean to you? Well ...

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resources Article
8 Comments » April 29, 2008

Quality Church Resources for Free (or Cheap)

The folks at Muddy River Media got in touch with us to let us know about their new and free church resource site. So we got to thinking, why not ...

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poll-results Article
3 Comments » April 29, 2008

Local Labs Poll Results

Local Labs have really been taking off. They’ve been organic and exponential so far, so we wanted to see how an average reader would feel about a Local Lab in ...

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peer-review Article
3 Comments » April 24, 2008

Church Marketing Lab: Flickr Gets Video

If you’re familiar with our Church Marketing Lab, you know it runs as a Flickr group. And if you’re familiar with Flickr, you know they recently started allowing the upload ...

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poll-results Article
3 Comments » April 23, 2008

Socially Just Poll Results

As we launched our new Social Justice category, we wanted to know whether your church puts a priority on social justice. Here’s the breakdown of what you had to say: 31% ...

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technology Article
3 Comments » April 23, 2008

Facebook for Pastors

Chris Forbes just released a free 32-page e-book, Facebook for Pastors. The booklet can help you make the most of Facebook for your church (beyond just playing Scrabble). Check it ...

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social-justice Article
1 Comment » April 22, 2008

The Church & Earth Day

Today’s Earth Day and Jason Boyett reminds us that the church can still care about creation. He points to Tri Robinson, a pastor who wrote the book Saving God’s Green ...

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evangelism-outreach Article
5 Comments » April 22, 2008

What To Do When Someone Steals Your Church

Kinetic Church got in touch with us to tell us a story about themselves, which you may or may not have heard about. One weekend in early March, our portable church ...

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church-business Article
6 Comments » April 21, 2008

Going From Corporate to Non-Profit

I’m sure we’ve got at least a few readers out there who are in the corporate world and thinking of dabbling in the realm of churches. If you’re thinking of ...

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news-updates Article
No Comments » April 18, 2008

Local Labs: How it Worked for Tulsa

I’m sure some of you have heard the buzz surrounding Local Labs, and you’re even considering getting involved, but it’s a little intimidating. What will they do there? Will I ...

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social-justice Article
10 Comments » April 17, 2008

Just Ideas: Make That Coffee Fair Trade

This is part four of a four-part series called “Just Ideas,” looking at ways your church can commit itself to fighting for justice and righteousness in the society around you. The ...

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news-updates Article
1 Comment » April 16, 2008

Job Lab and Freelance Lab: Now 100% More Free

If you haven’t been keeping your eyes on the Job Lab and Freelance Lab lately, you might not have noticed a little change in our language. You used to see ...

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social-justice Article
4 Comments » April 16, 2008

Just Ideas: Be A Home for the Homeless

This is part three of a four-part series called “Just Ideas,” looking at ways your church can commit itself to fighting for justice and righteousness in the society around you. A ...

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poll-results Article
No Comments » April 15, 2008

Survey Says Poll Results

We were wondering this week if your church has ever done a church-wide survey. Tons of churches do them and swear by them, other folks think they’re a gigantic waste ...

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reviews Article
12 Comments » April 15, 2008

Pagan Christianity

George Barna and Frank Viola are getting a lot of heat for Pagan Christianity: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices. Although I think that’s fairly inevitable when you use ...

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