Archive for March 2010

poll-results Article
No Comments » March 30, 2010

Media Firestorm Poll Results

Recently, Ed Young found himself squarely in the crosshairs of the local media. Whether their aim was investigative reporting or something more malicious is a matter of opinion, but either ...

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graphic-design Article
3 Comments » March 29, 2010

5 Tools Church Designers Need: Determination

This is part three in a six-part series exploring the tools graphic designers who work for churches need to succeed. You can go back and start with part one. Your research ...

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news-updates Article
No Comments » March 25, 2010

Inside CFCC: Q&A with the Executive Director

Last week we shared the annual report of our nonprofit parent, the Center for Church Communication (CFCC). This week you can go even deeper into the inner workings of CFCC ...

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web-sites Article
3 Comments » March 24, 2010

Recycling Church Web Sites

Park Community Church in Chicago launched a new web site in October of 2009. But what to do with the old site? It’s not a question that’s asked very often, ...

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poll-results Article
3 Comments » March 23, 2010

Easter Ideas Poll Results

We’re just around the corner from the annual celebration of the first Sunday after the first Friday after the first full moon of the spring equinox. Humans have come up ...

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graphic-design Article
6 Comments » March 22, 2010

5 Tools Church Designers Need: Confidence

This is part two in a six-part series exploring the tools graphic designers who work for churches need to succeed. You can go back and start with part one. Without training, ...

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news-updates Article
2 Comments » March 18, 2010

CFCC 2009 Annual Report

Our nonprofit parent, the Center for Church Communication, has released their 2009 annual report. The report offers an overview of CFCC, including the purpose, history, projects, leadership team and an ...

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multimedia Article
3 Comments » March 16, 2010

Good Friday Film

Mars Hill Church in Seattle is pulling out all the stops this spring, but it’s not for Easter. It’s for Good Friday. Their creative team is putting together a 30-minute film ...

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poll-results Article
1 Comment » March 16, 2010

Spring Ahead Poll Results

Daylight Saving Time has come and gone, to the anger of most of the churched world. It meant waking up an hour earlier to get the service ready, show up ...

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graphic-design Article
12 Comments » March 15, 2010

5 Tools Church Designers Need: Introduction

This is part one in a six-part series exploring the tools graphic designers who work for churches need to succeed. There you are on a slow Monday morning, a freshly ...

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technology Article
No Comments » March 12, 2010

Church Marketing at SXSW

The SXSW (for the uninitiated, it’s pronounced ‘South by Southwest’) Film, Music and Interactive Festival has taken over Austin, Texas, in case you couldn’t tell from your Twitter feed. Last ...

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Check out the Church Marketing Directory
No Comments » March 10, 2010

Check out the Church Marketing Directory

Hey, hey! Check out the Church Marketing Directory, the latest project from our nonprofit parent, the Center for Church Communication. The Directory is a list of tools, resources and companies ...

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poll-results Article
5 Comments » March 10, 2010

Lenten Events Poll Results

It’s that time of year. “What time of year?” ask the Baptists. (I couldn’t resist that joke, too easy.) It’s Lent, or, according to Wikipedia: “…the period of the liturgical year ...

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events Article
6 Comments » March 8, 2010

Social Media Boot Camp for Pastors

There are currently 400 million active users on Facebook. They’re sharing 3 billion photos each month, 5 billion pieces of content each week and 60 million status updates every single ...

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evangelism-outreach Article
4 Comments » March 5, 2010

Arguing for Atheist Bus Ads

You might remember St. Matthew-in-the-City from their Mary and Joseph billboard a few months back. They’re making headlines again, but this time, I’m a little more sold on what they’re ...

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