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Church Marketing Directory: Blogs and Sites Edition

Church Marketing Directory: Blogs and Sites Edition

February 4, 2011 by

An e-mail request we receive fairly often from readers goes like this: “Our church is looking for a company that can help us with [insert a task here]. Do you guys know of anyone?” And most times, we don’t know anyone off the top of our head. But that’s exactly what the Church Marketing Directory is for. When your church needs a resource, it’s a handy list of resources that specialize in working with local churches.

But resources don’t have to be brick-and-mortar. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen more than a few great sites and blogs listed in the directory. Take a look at some of these:

  • Lifeway Research aims specifically to share their statistical insights with churches, and Ed Stetzer blogs about the same.
  • Cautious Creative is a blog about church, art and people from Katie Strandlund.
  • Ministry Story creates podcasts with insights and interviews from thought-leaders in the world of church marketing and communications.

So go ahead, browse the Church Marketing Directory. Whether you’re looking for a good podcast to listen to or a management consultant, you can get pointed  in the right direction. Know of a resource we should be including? Don’t hesitate to recommend it. It only takes a minute.

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Joshua Cody


Josh Cody served as our associate editor for several years before moving on to bigger things. Like Texas. These days he lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, and you can find him online or on Twitter when he's not wrestling code.
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One Response to “Church Marketing Directory: Blogs and Sites Edition”

  • Rob Adcox
    February 6, 2011

    The best marketing strategy for Christianity would be to weed out those who insist on abusing their authority in the church. From my experience, having clergy treat me as though I don’t exist when I come to them with serious spiritual concerns is not a good marketing strategy. I’m sure it doesn’t help fill the collection plate either. But hey, I gave up on church years ago precisely because of the hypocrisy so rampant in the pulpits.



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