Archive for March 2011

Church Websites 101: Find a Champion
2 Comments » March 31, 2011

Church Websites 101: Find a Champion

To really move your church forward with a new or improved website you need a champion. You need someone who can carry this project through from idea to reality (well, ...

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Christian Web Conference Set to Bridge Web Gap
2 Comments » March 29, 2011

Christian Web Conference Set to Bridge Web Gap

The Christian Web Conference seeks to bring web leaders and creatives together as they collaborate and implement ideas by building relationships with one another. We're giving you a chance to ...

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poll-results Article
3 Comments » March 29, 2011

Creative Mission Trip Poll Results

This week, we wanted to know how you felt about the idea of a mission trip geared specifically for creatives, and here's what you had to say.

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Church Websites 101: Don’t Start with the Web
25 Comments » March 28, 2011

Church Websites 101: Don’t Start with the Web

So you think your church needs a website. Or a new site. Or a better site. Rock on. But before you get started on your new website, don't start with ...

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Job & Freelance Board: Spring Momentum
No Comments » March 25, 2011

Job & Freelance Board: Spring Momentum

We've seen lots of action in the Job Board and Freelance Board recently, and we'd be out of place not to catch you up on some of the openings that ...

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On Valuing the Arts: Lessons From the Seacoast Worship Arts Academy
2 Comments » March 23, 2011

On Valuing the Arts: Lessons From the Seacoast Worship Arts Academy

Seacoast Church's Worship Arts Academy is for members of their church, but they're looking to make an impact beyond their own congregation. We explore the program and its intended impact.

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Free Webinar Brings Social Media Strategy to Pastors and Ministry Leaders
11 Comments » March 22, 2011

Free Webinar Brings Social Media Strategy to Pastors and Ministry Leaders

“We know social media is important, but we have no idea where to start!” I hear this quite often. When I get the chance to talk with other church leaders around ...

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Expert Series: What Are You Reading?
5 Comments » March 21, 2011

Expert Series: What Are You Reading?

Despite the onset of blog posts and tweets, the old printed volume still holds the power to change our thinking. Our expert series continues with some book recommendations.

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Jesus Is
4 Comments » March 16, 2011

Jesus Is

Successful campaigns can often come with setbacks. We talk with Justin Jaquith of The City Church about their recent Jesus Is _____ campaign. Both struggles and success.

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events Article
No Comments » March 15, 2011

Exponential Discount

Get $20 off to the Exponential conference and check out the pre-conference intensive on church technology and communication.

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Expert Series: One-Sentence Advice
2 Comments » March 14, 2011

Expert Series: One-Sentence Advice

We all need and advice and short advice is even better. Our expert series continues as we ask for a short sound byte of advice.

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poll-results Article
8 Comments » March 11, 2011

Church Social Networks Poll Results

Plenty of social networks that exist to serve the niche of churches have sprung up recently, but our poll results say you aren't convinced of their value.

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A Mission Trip for Creatives
11 Comments » March 10, 2011

A Mission Trip for Creatives

Swinging a hammer and helping with children's ministries are great for missions trips, but sometimes it'd be nice to use our actual skills. Enter Creative Missions.

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news-updates Article
2 Comments » March 9, 2011

Abare & Cooke on Personality Driven Churches

Center for Church Communication board members Brad Abare and Phil Cooke recently spoke with Outreach magazine about personality driven churches. The short Q&A covers leadership issues for churches that rely ...

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Expert Series: Church Marketing Heroes
No Comments » March 7, 2011

Expert Series: Church Marketing Heroes

Church marketing heroes may not be super heroes, but they’ve still got super powers. We continue our expert series by asking about heroes: The people who challenge and inspire us ...

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